Mindfulness
Journaling helped Katie Dalebout change her life and now she wants to help you discover the power of journaling. Learn different journaling exercises and techniques to help connect to your authentic self, relieve anxiety, increase creativity, improve productivity or create more joy in your everyday.
Katie Dalebout
The feeling of a carefree getaway can’t last forever, and before you know it you’ll be in the full swing of work, family, errands... life. But that doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to those vacation vibes. Capture the essence of vacation in a mindfulness journal, and your writing can transport you back to your happy place whenever you need a pick-me-up. These four prompts will get you started.
Abigail Barr
If you've ever been to a yoga class, you may have been asked to set an intention at some point during the session. Have you ever wondered if you're doing it right? Or why it really matters?
Jessie Oleson Moore
It’s time for a pop quiz. Do you…
Jennifer Reyes
Just because you loved to color when you were five doesn’t mean you can’t love it at 35! Plus, doodling is a proven stress-buster. But let's face it, you don't always have time to break out the crayons. Enter a host of cool apps that make easy, relaxing coloring time a reality for busy grownups.
Shelby Deering
Stretching when you rise and shine will set the tone for your whole day.
Joni Sweet
Lifestyle
Consider how we typically cope with worry and anxiety by distracting ourselves, and how mindfulness training can free us from anxiety through directly facing our fears while grounded in the present moment.
Lifestyle
See how mindfulness practice offers an effective approach to dealing with physical pain, through changing our relationship to both the symptom and to pain-related thinking.
Lifestyle
Review astonishing data on the effectiveness of placebos in medical treatment, and learn how mindfulness practice can aid in treating conditions such as insomnia, sexual dysfunction, gastrointestinal problems and illness anxiety.
Lifestyle
With reference to both cognitive science and traditional Buddhist thought, observe how the human mind creates the illusory sense of a "separate" self, and how this conception of separateness is itself the cause of suffering.
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