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In the June issue renowned writer and thought-provoker Anne Lamott shares her latest fascination with an act we rarely consider but desperately need: mercy. Hugh Delehanty, coauthor of the best seller Eleven Rings, embarks on a creativity and mindfulness retreat, where he discovers the key to being creative. Plus, take a seat with us and find the right meditation posture for your body.
On the cover: Giselle Jones is a psychotherapist who treats people with mental health and relationship issues. This month Giselle sits down with Mindful to discuss how her own mindfulness practice helps her professionally but also how she uses it to help her patients.
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When you’re feeling anxious and jittery, try an alternative to seated meditation.→
The poster-child picture of the meditator is often someone with a blissed-out beatific smile, looking as if they are about to float into space. In fact, meditation puts us in touch with the anxiety we all carry as living, breathing human beings. And that’s why it can be so helpful.→
The latest findings in psychology—about our deep-seated thoughts, emotions, and behaviors—get a lot of media attention. Unfortunately, they often turn out to be flawed or false.→
Barry Boyce on why this year’s Academy Awards are a lesson in embracing your mistakes.→
How to finally get rid of those pesky old habits that no longer serve you.→
Take your mindfulness practice outdoors and tune into your body—no need for pump-up jams and gym memberships.→