Archive Monthly Archives: April 2016

Taking in the Good

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Taking In the Good, please bring kind awareness to – why you chose this topic – how your belly, chest, and head each feel when you reflect on this

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Guided Sleep Meditation for Insomnia (Sleep, Relaxation, Calm your Mind)

Guided Sleep Meditation for Insomnia contains a relaxation metaphor and sleep story followed by rain. It can help you relax, switch off your busy mind and drift off into a peaceful slumber. It can help

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Make Exercise Fun

Most consider exercise to be an arduous task and make excuses to avoid it at all costs. When we think of exercise, we often envisage crowded gyms filled with sweaty people who occupy the machines we want

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Metaphysical Exercise [Video]

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “Think of headspace as a gym for the mind” Andy Puddicombe If you don’t have the muscle, you won’t be able to lift

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Tracking Your Insights

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Tracking Insights, please bring kind awareness to – why you chose this topic – how your belly, chest, and head each feel when you reflect on this

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Mindful Parenting

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Parenting, please bring kind awareness to – why you chose this topic – how your belly, chest, and head each feel when you reflect on this topic – the emotions

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Guided Meditation For Anxiety and Stress

Guided Meditation for Detachment From Over-Thinking, by Jason Stephenson — Hello, my name is Jason, and welcome to this guided meditation for anxiety and Stress. I will now take you to on a journey

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Supports for Practice

Supports for Practice, by James Baraz About James Baraz: James has been a meditation teacher since 1978. He is creator and teacher of the Awakening Joy course (since 2003). He leads retreats, workshops

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Schizophrenia and Depression

“The creativity of people on the schizophrenic end of the human continuum is a creativity that springs from the inability to accept the standardized cultural denials of the real nature of experience.

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Dealing With Entitled Kids

Do your kids suffer from the “abundance paradox’? Do they feel entitled to having it all? Notice: Are they more likely to feel disappointed when they don’t get what they want than they

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