Mindfulness – Riding the Wave

Mindfulness – Riding the Wave

A tidal wave of emotions can seem to control all our thoughts and deeds. We can be pulled, swirled, dragged out to sea, with a flood of emotions and they are everywhere. The world runs on emotions and if we cannot learn to surf the waves, or navigate the deep and...
Physical Mindfulness

Physical Mindfulness

Physically and Environmentally Mindful The physical environments we live in can help us to get more focused and enable us to practice mindfulness.  By using the concept of Feng Shui, leveraging the elements of fire, water, earth, air, color, texture, and sound, we can...
Don’t Get Hooked – Work Mindfulness

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,...
Starbucks, Mindfulness & Engagement

Starbucks, Mindfulness & Engagement

Starbucks, Mindfulness, and Engagement. Starbucks is probably one of the most mindful companies on the planet. They have created incredible experiences, all repeatable, and their staff continues to be on the forefront of mindful engagement and...
Transform, Integrate,Practice

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, to see more and integrate more of the outside with your inside.  It’s like...
Mindfulness & Resilience

Mindfulness & Resilience

How Can Mindfulness Build Your Resilience? How well do you recover from something challenging, like fear, uncertainty, and doubt? Life is unpredictable; there will always be high and low moments. Resilience is the ability to bounce back after hardships. The good thing...
5 Tips to cool yourself with mindfulness

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 control plummet. These changes are governed by the...

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