I haven’t had much time to delve into the site, Themindfulword.org but it looks to be very informative and to provide a lot of great information. I’ll be spending more time there I’m sure of it. The article that caught my eye was the mindful exercises discussed…I think I might laminate a card for my wallet
If your new to mindfulness or just want to hear the master speak again this is a fantastic video clip.
Just signed up for this event at UCLA’s MARC (Mindful Awareness Research Center) and I am extremely excited. “A sustained period of practice is a great way to go deepen mindfulness. We will explore how to use the primary methods of mindfulness meditation to balance energy and calmness while we develop more ease and well-being
While reading what mindfulness is good, listening to what mindfulness is, is even better. I post here my favorites. Diane Winston via TEDx Former Buddhist nun Diana Winston is the director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA Mindful Awareness Center, and the author of several books on mindfulness and meditation. With more than 20 years in
Putting Feelings Into Words Produces Therapeutic Effects in the Brain; UCLA Neuroimaging Study Supports Ancient Buddhist Teachings “Why does putting our feelings into words — talking with a therapist or friend, writing in a journal — help us to feel better? A new brain imaging study by UCLA psychologists reveals why verbalizing our feelings makes