Mindfulness Blog

Don’t Get Hooked – Work Mindfulness

Don’t get hooked by a wandering mind. When we are sleepwalking, not focused, not paying attention, our mind can wander to thoughts of the past, anxieties of the future and negativity about what we can or can’t do.  When this happens we can get hooked, triggered or caught up in problems, insecurities, delusion. By working mindfulness, we have the opportunity to

Today’s Mindful Leadership

Over 2,500 years old in heritage, we now see the science of mindfulness practices used by a new generation of leaders that are turning it into a cutting-edge leadership tool. Leaders are not to be confused with managers. Leaders lead by inspiring others with vision, compassion, rigor, values, and principles that many wish to follow. Good leaders can more easily

Starbucks, Mindfulness & Engagement

Transform, Integrate,Practice

Mindful awareness is not just a way of “doing” something but a way of being. The more times you practice it, the more you are aware of what it is. Mindfulness helps you to transform,

Mindfulness & Resilience

Interfaith Video – Written & Directed by Keith Fiveson

What is your path and is there any path that is the only path?  My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?  

5 Tips to cool yourself with mindfulness

1. Breathe. When you read an article that makes your blood boil and your focus falters, set aside two minutes for slow and steady breathing. When we’re under stress, blood pressure rises and cognition and mental

Our Relationship Garden

Some Awe to Transform YOUR life

Mindfulness is the practice of bringing us back to the moment, to experience the awesome moment of the now.  Lani Shiota, an associate professor at Arizona State University, argues that awe is a fundamental part of being human—making our bodies and minds more receptive to new information, new experiences, and life’s deeper meaning.  Breathing, deep breathing, good images, thoughts, smiling,

Mindfulness Based Recovery Coaching (MBRC)

MBRC helps people with behavioral or substance misuse to find relief from the stresses and triggers that have them “act out” – as a coping mechanism – and mindfulness is used to reduce relapse. Ongoing mindfulness training programs incorporate both formal and informal practice into everyday activities to generate a higher

Mindfulness and Addiction

Mindfulness involves two key components: Awareness and acceptance.  You may not be aware of your feelings, your thoughts and not want to examine them or accept them. You might further find that drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, binge-watching TV or surfing the Internet become your way to find comfort and escape.  At first, it’s great but then turns into problems that

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