In honor of International Women’s Day we’ve gathered 10 mindfulness practices created by women to help you live a generous, compassionate, healthy life.
To be kind to others, you need to start with yourself.
By Sharon Salzberg
Three mindfulness practices that encourage generous conversations.
By Lili Powell
Explore this practice for building connection—a sneak peek from Mindful‘s feature story on relationships in the April 2017 issue.
By Tara Brach
By focusing on the breath while doing some simple mindful movements you can synchronize your mind and body with breath and rhythm.
By Cara Bradley
When we think we already know what there is to hear, we are simply moving a little too fast to really listen—That’s where meditation comes in.
By Mirabai Bush
Parenting is beautiful and rewarding, and it is hard work, even on the best of days. Try leaning on this mindfulness practice when things get rough.
By Sona Dimidjian
Physical activity. Beautiful scenery. Who doesn’t like the occasional hike in the great outdoors? And when you add a little extra awareness to the experience, your outing can benefit both your body and your mind.
By Catherine Morey-Nase
Through mindfulness practice we can change the relationship we have with the anxious thoughts and feelings that surface during a panic attack.
By Jamie Price
We can’t ignore the hard stuff. Here’s a 10-minute mindfulness practice for navigating—not resisting—everything life throws our way.
By Holly Rogers
Try this meditation practice to relax your body from head to toe.
By Elaine Smookler