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Mindfulness and Meditation Resources

Review of Everyday Mindfulness

Review of Everyday Mindfulness by Melissa Steginus Everyday Mindfulness outlines 15 weeks (or 108 days) of reflection and practice that will help increase awareness of 6 areas of your life; Physical, Emotional, Rational, Spiritual, Occupation, and Network. Melissa Stegninus guides us through this using daily reflection and some simple exercises that vary daily. I noticed many of

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How to Be More Resilient

Cultivating Resilience How mindfulness can help you become more resilient when you’re feeling down “There’s no such thing as ruining your life. Life’s a pretty resilient thing, it turns out.” Sophie Kinsella, The Undomestic Goddess What is resilience? According to the all-knowing entity known as Mariem Webster Dictionary, resilience is the ability to recover from

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The Best Mindfulness Apps for The Busiest Meditators

The Best Mindfulness Apps for Even the Busiest Meditators “If 5 to 10 minutes sounds hard, I think one minute most days can really make a difference.” – Dan Harris, in an Interview for Considerable. Meditation, one of the world’s longest continuing practices, has gotten an upgrade in the last decade or so, primarily in

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Wherever You Go There You Are

Wherever You Go There You Are An Incredibly Impactful Novel by Jon Kabat-Zinn “Perhaps the most ‘spiritual’ thing any of us can do is simply to look through our own eyes, see with eyes of wholeness, & act with integrity & kindness.” – Jon Kabat-Zinn Wherever You Go, There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn was

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Mindfulness in Schools

Mindfulness in Schools & How its Impacting Kids Everywhere “Mindfulness is a way of befriending ourselves and our experience”  -Jon Kabat-Zinn Toxic stress is one of the most serious and quickly-growing threats to child well-being in the United States. It’s particularly dangerous because it doesn’t have one single cause but is instead a product of

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Back to School

“Being mindful means that we suspend judgment for a time, set aside our immediate goals for the future, and take in the present moment as it is rather than as we would like it to be.” – Mark Williams Fact: School is stressful.Myth: There is no way for school to be less stressful. There is

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