Archive Monthly Archives: May 2016

Oliver Sacks: Manipulating the Brain

This video discusses changing the brain through meditation, and listening your way to Harvard. Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective for reducing stress, anxiety, depression

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Why Most Relationships Fail

If you don’t have this skill, your relationships will fail. Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective for reducing stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia. $ 48 Download

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Jon Kabat-Zinn: Compassion And Mindfulness

This video tells us why being mindful can help us unlock our compassionate side. This was part of a talk put on by UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center. Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective

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You Are Engineered For Purpose

“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” – Zig Ziglar Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective

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Expanding Our Perception

Techno-Perceptual Expansion: Our tools expand what we see. Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective for reducing stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia. $ 48 Download

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How To Find Fulfilling Work

“The idea that work might be fulfilling rather than just painfully necessary is a strikingly recent invention. Nowadays, in the prosperous world, we don’t only expect to obtain money through labor,

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How Mindfulness Cultivates Compassion

The author and researcher explores how moment-to-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and surrounding helps us to see and alleviate suffering in others. Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective

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Pico Iyer, Gopi Kallayil: Art of Stillness in Digital Age

One of the beauties of travel is that it allows you to bring stillness into the motion and the commotion of the world. Instance 1 50 Guided AudioMeditations  Effective for reducing stress,

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Self Compassion vs. Self-Esteem

Kristin studied communications as an undergraduate at the University of California at Los Angeles (B.A., 1988). She did her graduate work at University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D., 1997),

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Decentralizing Pain

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Decentralizing Pain, 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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