Tagged: Mindful Magazine – Feb’18

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Features

When depression hits, can meditating help you work through it? Maybe, but not always. Psychologists weigh in on when mindfulness therapies can (and can’t) help to ease depression.

Renda Dionne, clinical psychologist and mindfulness curriculum developer
Living

In the Native American tradition, stories are medicine. “In a mindfulness setting, storytelling helps people connect with their intuition,” says Renda Dionne, clinical psychologist and mindfulness curriculum developer.

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Living

Narcissism has fascinated and bedeviled researchers for decades. While people encountering them may consider it a disorder, narcissists themselves are quite content with their gargantuan self-regard.

Living

Mindfulness research points to probabilities, not concrete results tailored to each individual. But science can help us be better explorers—and meditation is fundamentally a practice of investigation.

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Magazine

Not the markers and paper kind of creativity—but that doesn’t hurt either. When we visualize how one shift, like a new job or promotion, actually reverberates through all areas of our lives, it sparks the real change agents: passion and intention.