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Part 3: Health & Relationships

There is an intimate relationship between the heart, gratitude and health. People who are anger prone are nearly three times more likely to have a heart attack than are emotionally calmer persons.

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How To Mend Strained Relationships During The Holidays

Image by Pixabay   The holidays are a bittersweet time for many. All too often, joyous images of togetherness fail to match the messy reality of family relationships. If you’re estranged from

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Why Most Relationships Fail

If you don’t have this skill, your relationships will fail.

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Increasing the Power of Our Relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Power of Relationships, 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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Mindfulness in Close Relationships [Audio]

Mindfulness in Close Relationships by Matthew Brensilver: It’s sweet, that, sometimes, when you teach at a place for the first time, there’s like a little – out process that happens, but I’m not

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the impact of your emotions in relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Emotions In Relationships, 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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relating to romantic relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Romantic Relationships, 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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perceiving pointlessness in relationships

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

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opening to sprouting relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Sprouting Relationships, 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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mindfulness of judging your romantic relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Judging Relationships, 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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experiencing joy in relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Joy in Relationships, 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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closing down in relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Closing Down, 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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being honest in romantic relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Honesty in Romance, 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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are you controlling relationships

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Controlling Relationships, 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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How To Enhance Mindful Relationships

The great thinkers, artists, saints and sages across time have asked us to “Know thyself”: Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom. – Aristotle Observe all men, thy self most.  –

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Day 18: Just Like Me

Transcription Let's begin by taking a moment to allow your body to settle into a comfortable position (2 seconds). You may close your eyes or keep them slightly open (2 seconds) allowing the spine

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The Foundations of Well-Being

Rick Hanson, Ph.D. supports you through a fascinating, science-based, heartfelt, and step-by-step journey of positive brain change, giving you what you need to:experience more pleasure and joy in daily

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The Foundations of Well-Being

Rick Hanson, Ph.D. supports you through a fascinating, science-based, heartfelt, and step-by-step journey of positive brain change, giving you what you need to:experience more pleasure and joy in daily

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6 – Empathy

So, empathy is all well and good, but that leads us again to the question, how do you do this? How do you train empathy? And once again, turns out, not that hard. So, the way to train empathy. There

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7 – Leading with Compassion

Today's class is about being loved. But not just being loved, being loved in a way that allows you to be very successful at the same time, getting stuff done. So, we have this dichotomy or this false

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320 Premium Mindfulness Worksheets

320 Premium Mindfulness Worksheets Download Them For $19 100% MONEY BACK​ GUARANTE​E lock Secure Checkout About the 320 Premium Mindfulness

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Part 4: Strengthening, Softening, Opening, Deepening

Angeles Arrien in her book, Living in Gratitude, identifies four quadrants in life through which we come to experience spiritual growth and character development. These are through Work and Creative

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Part 1: A Perennial Wisdom

Marianne Williamson described gratitude as a perennial wisdom. A perennial wisdom has been passed from generation to generation since the beginnings of humankind. The wisdom continues to surface among

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Part 4: Increasing The Benefits In Your Own Life

The benefits of gratitude are noted in the individual’s physical health, sense of well-being, sleep, relationships, productivity and involvement in the community. Grateful people are happier people

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13.1 – Cultivating Care for Others

So, hello, and welcome to day 13.  You're just one day away from completing the course.Today, we're going to be learning how to practice the loving kindness meditation.Loving kindness is not technically

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Mindfulness Workshops & Keynotes

Professional Mindfulness Solutions For Performance, Well-Being and Resilience I offer engaging mindfulness workshops,  keynotes and consulting for the world’s top businesses and healthcare

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Mindful Parenting

Use the “SBNRR” Technique to Handle Stressful Moments Mindfully Stop: This is the most important step. Instead of becoming wrapped up in the emotion or making an impulse decision, just stop.

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Hardwiring Happiness: Meditation

More from: Rick Hanson Hardwiring Happiness Learn About The Book Here Donate To The Teacher Here MEDITATION … Relaxing as you exhale. Recognizing that you’re in a protected setting among good

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Hardwiring Happiness

More from: Rick Hanson Hardwiring Happiness Learn About The Book Here Donate To The Teacher Here From Dr. Rick Hanson: “I think it’s really interesting that generally speaking when people

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Mindfulness Of Your Blind Spots

    Dear friends, From our earliest years, we all acquire blind spots in the way we perceive, feel, and think. Driven by our biology, life experiences, cultural messages, and physical environment,

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mindfulness of the inner critic

Taming The Inner Critic [Audio]

Dealing With Your Inner Critic, by Mark Coleman About Mark Coleman: Mark Coleman has been studying  meditation practices since 1981, primarily within the Insight meditation (Buddhist) tradition. He

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3 Boundaries You Must Set in Every Relationship

‘SuperSoul Sunday’ guests share why setting emotional boundaries is the key to creating positive and healthy relationships. For more on #supersoulsunday, visit http://bit.ly/1tNw5dg Find OWN

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How To Argue With Your Partner [Video]

It isn’t realistic to aim never to argue with our partners; far better to learn how to argue fruitfully and well. This has a lot to do with allowing ourselves to be vulnerable. FURTHER READING “Arguments

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No Empathy Without Sympathy [Video]

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “Empathy without sympathy is dangerous; sympathy without empathy is blind.” The world that appears to your eye is the world that appears to

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How to Commit With Integrity

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “Economic life depends on moral bonds of social trust. This is the unspoken, unwritten bond between fellow citizens that facilitates transactions,

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Resolving Conflict Between Teammates [Video]

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin Damned if you hear it, damned if you don’t. Such is your predicament as a manager receiving an unclean escalation. If you “hear the case”,

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Resolve Conflicts as One Team [Video]

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “So oft in (organizational) wars The disputants, I ween, Rail on in utter ignorance Of what each other mean, And prate about an Elephant Not

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How to Collaborate Through Conflict

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “Nothing in the world
 is as soft and yielding as water. Yet for dissolving the hard and inflexible, nothing can surpass it. The soft overcomes

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Guided Meditation for Anxiety, Stress & Sleep

Guided Meditation for Stress and Anxiety and Sleep Let’s face it: our world is stressful. Never before has so much been expected of individual human beings. Consider that for around 200,000 years, Homo

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Keep Religion Out of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is very much in vogue at this moment as many of you probably know. And it’s often taught as though it were a glorified version of an executive stress ball. It’s a tool you want in your

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Mindfulness is Powerful, But Keep Religion Out of It

Sam Harris says that stress-reductive benefits of meditation are rather trivial compared to the insights one can discover about the nature of the self. And though such mindfulness practices can and should

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Binaural Beats Sleep Meditation: Root Chakra Activation Music

Sleep meditation for Root Chakra activation and body mind relaxation. Using Binaural Beats, the 396 HZ Sacred Solfeggio Frequency and music therapy techniques. 396 Hz Liberating Guilt and Fear In our

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Verbal Aikido: How To Respond To Unreasonable Challenges

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “Aikido, said its founder, is the art of reconciliation. Whoever has the mind to fight has broken his connection with the universe. If you

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How to Express Your Truth With Honesty And Respect

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “When two noted family therapists examined couples in the throes of heated discussions, they noted that people fall into three categories, those

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Increase Productivity by Mastering Singular Focus & Mindful Meditation

In order to be successful people often think they have to constantly be achieving constantly going from one thing to the next crossing things off of their to do list. But as a consequence they’re

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Soulmate Attraction (Binaural Beat)

More from: Sean Fargo Attracting Your Soulmate In our modern, contemporary world, our notion of “love” is often a skewed one. Starting at a very young age, we’re bombarded with all sorts of different

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Why Love and Teaching Belong Together

We might believe that a true lover shouldn’t try to teach us to change in any way – but in fact, an acceptance of a legitimate role for education in love is key to the success of relationships. “One

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How To Have Good Mojo [Video]

We all have bad days. But why do some people seem engaged and happy more often? What’s the secret to having great mojo? 1. Let go of the past. People with great mojo are free from the past. When they

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Why Boys Are Mean To Girls They Like

It can be very hard to keep admitting to yourself and the world that you like someone – when it seems they may not like you. “An enormous amount of trouble in the world – especially at work and

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On Being Out of Touch With One’s Feelings

It’s remarkably easy to fall out of touch with a key bit of oneself: one’s feelings. “An enormous amount of trouble in the world – especially at work and in relationships – is caused by a peculiar

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No Texts, Please, We’re Meditating

When a photo of a wall covered in lush green foliage showed up on Grace Clarke’s Instagram feed, she felt an immediate urge to track it down. Stressed out and headed to a meeting at Madewell, where she

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How To Make Good Decisions

When uncertain or afraid, how do we free ourselves from delay, make good decisions, and take decisive action? 1. Make decisions sooner: It’s easier to make decisions earlier than later. For example,

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Mindfulness in the Age of Complexity

Over nearly four decades, Ellen Langer’s research on mindfulness has greatly influenced thinking across a range of fields, from behavioral economics to positive psychology. It reveals that by paying

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How to Pick a Meditation App

By now you’ve probably read about how meditation may help you manageanxiety, stress and blood pressure, andhelp you sleep better, be more creativeand improve your relationships. While researchers are

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Integral Life Practice

Here Is Your Free Ebook: Based on the most comprehensive map of human development known, this simplified approach to more growth and greater wholeness can transform all areas of your life. World-famous

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Self-Advocacy

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Self-Advocacy, 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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The Fear of Being Bad in Bed

Being good or bad in bed has nothing to do with physical exertion; it’s all about a state of mind. If you like our films, take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/m… Watch

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Mindful Self-Acceptance?

Asian philosophies have proven extremely influential in the United States, but are they being interpreted correctly? Frequently not, says Harvard China historian Michael Puett, who focuses on two main

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Rewards & Risks to An Effective Culture

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin Culture eats strategy for lunch, claimed Peter Drucker. Like the proverbial drunk searching for his keys under the light—rather than in the dark

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Key To Organizational Success

By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin “One thing is guaranteed: A culture will form in an organization, a department, and a work group. The question is whether the culture that forms

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Identifying Core Beliefs

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Core Beliefs, 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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Emotional Validation

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Emotional Validation, 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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In the Name of Mindfulness and Self Compassion — You Are Dumped!

When I’m with you I’m not as happy as I am when you’re away. Being with you is like low-grade stress. The ordinary moments become painful and you suck the pleasure from the good times. Being

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Success in 3D [Video]

1.4: Combine the Personal, Interpersonal and Impersonal for Better Business Results (Success in 3D) from Fred Kofman By Fred Kofman Philosopher and Vice President at Linkedin If management views workers

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Integral Life Practice Version 1.0

Here Is Your Free Ebook: Integral Life Practice is a new approach to well-being, awareness, and transformation. Rather than focus on merely one aspect of the self, ILP brings a whole and balanced approach

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Sharing Gratitude

To begin this Mindfulness Exercise on Sharing Gratitude, 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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Dharma and Making Decisions [Audio]

Dharma and Making Decisions, by Oren J. Sofer:   About Oren J. Sofer: Developing a clear understanding of the teachings and learning to fully inhabit the body have been core parts of my Dharma practice.

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Dwelling With The Divine [Audio]

Dwelling With The Divine, by Thanissara: – Transcript: Before you know what kindness really is, you must lose things. Feel the future dissolve in a moment like salt in a weakened broth. What you

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Are You Aware of Your Mindful Leadership?

There are those who are seemingly meant to lead.  Born leaders we call them.  Rushing in like proverbial knights in shining armor ready to save the day. For the struggling leader,  there is no sense

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Overcoming Jealousy

Jealousy SUCKS. It burns a toxic hole through everything good it touches. It can arise within from personal insecurities, the shady actions of others, or even past triggering experiences. No matter it’s

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Mindful Leadership in the Workplace

Just what is mindful leadership? It is the ability to anchor mindfulness into the complex and challenging situations presented to us by the workplace. See, without mindful leadership, unconscious patterns

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Summaries of New Mindfulness Research

Research Roundup Research is trying to keep pace with the explosion of interest in mindfulness. Here’s a roundup of studies from the frontier. By Mindful Staff | March 26, 2014 Editor’s note:

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How to Have Difficult Conversations

——————– SUMMARY: ——————– 1. Don’t enter the conversation with your current emotions. When you’re upset or

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How to Have Difficult Conversations

1. Don’t enter the conversation with your current emotions. When you’re upset or want someone to change, it’s easy to enter the conversation in a bad emotional place. Don’t do

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Guided Metta Meditation with Joseph Goldstein [Video]

Published on Mar 30, 2015 Here is a short introductory dharma talk on metta followed by a guided meditation with Buddhist teacher Joseph Goldstein. Meditation begins at 8:30. Some Q&A with Joseph

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Connection to Life [Audio]

Connection to Life, by Guy Armstrong: The topic for the evening talk is “The Connection to Life.” We talked about a number of times about how we construct the sense of self through the process of grasping

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The Neuroscience of Love [Audio]

The Neuroscience of Love, by Rick Hanson: Okay, so, what I want to do is kind of set up the next practice. We can talk a little bit about what’s happening in your brain while you’re doing that, especially

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