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Get Curious- You Can Love the Body You’re In—Photo of four diverse young women wearing colorful sweaters huddled together in a hug in front of a pink studio background.
Compassion

Get Curious: You Can Love the Body You’re In 

When you make a point of being curious, kind, and non-judgmental about all the shenanigans your body will get up to, you may find it much easier to manage it all, and love your body, just as it is. Read More 

  • Elaine Smookler
  • May 20, 2022
What Happens When We Reconnect With Nature—Photo of a view looking off a cliff down into a green valley with a small village and clear blue skies.
Calm

What Happens When We Reconnect With Nature 

Why take your mindfulness practice outside? Rochelle Calvert explains how being in nature releases us from needing to “try” or “do,” so that we can feel more connected to the world around us. Read More 

  • Rochelle Calvert
  • April 29, 2022
How Compassion and Curiosity Help Me to Be Present—Two hands reach up from the bottom of the frame to form a heart with the hands. The person is wearing a yellow long sleeve shirt and the background is yellow.
Compassion

How Compassion and Curiosity Help Me to Be Present 

When Mindful managing editor Stephanie Domet was faced with health challenges, she asked “Why me?” Here, she tells the story of how compassionate curiosity helped her find equanimity and resilience. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet
  • March 21, 2022
The Science of Gratitude—A woman lays on grass outdoors and looks up at the sky. Along the border are flowers, birds, and butterflies.
Calm

The Science of Gratitude 

Research shows gratitude isn’t just a pleasant feeling—being grateful can also support greater health, happiness, and wisdom in ourselves and our communities. Read More 

  • Misty Pratt
  • February 17, 2022

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