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Five Ways to Try Out Mindful Eating – and avoid the dreaded New Year’s diet
Does the way we eat matter as much as what we eat?
Published on Dec 27 2:07 pm
Increase Your Joy and Destress this Holiday Season
Want to maximize your enjoyment of the holidays this year? Here are some resources for handling the diverse array of obstacles that can get in the way of that goal.
Published on Dec 20 4:59 pm
How Self-Compassion Can Fuel Compassion Towards Others
Self-compassion is the basis from which we draw compassion for others, but it can be tough to cultivate.
Published on Dec 13 2:52 pm
How to Truly Connect with People and Build Fulfilling Relationships
Three reasons why you may want to consider a Learning Circle as a way to strengthen your practice.
Published on Dec 06 4:11 pm
Maximize Your Gratitude
Gratitude. We hear about it all the time in social media and from our friends and colleagues. But with our minds so focused ….
Published on Nov 22 10:27 am
Personal Leadership: Dealing with people you find challenging
Everyone deals with difficult people in their lives – teachers, colleagues, bosses…even friends and family. With so much practice, one would think dealing with the unpleasant encounters would become easier….
Published on Nov 15 6:02 pm
Change Your Brain for the Better
Meditation has the power to change your brain from the better, physically!
Published on Nov 08 5:57 pm
Three Different Paths: Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana
The Buddha saw that we’re all different, with different capacities and styles, so he didn’t lay out just one path for everybody.
Published on Oct 18 3:19 pm
Using Awareness to Find Greater Balance
Let’s face it, modern life can be difficult.
Published on Oct 11 9:11 am
Neuroscience research shows that when the brain is trained with meditation practices that our habits become a little bit different
Published on Oct 04 12:04 pm