The Science Behind Mindfulness and Good Health

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By Jill Suttie on Friday November 30th, 2018

Five Ways Mindfulness Can Benefit Us

According to thousands of years of tradition, Buddhists meditate to understand themselves and their connections to all beings. By doing so, they hope to be released from suffering and ultimately gain enlightenment.  Please continue reading

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The Science Behind Mindfulness and Good Health

Courtesy of Uplift

By Jill Suttie on Friday November 30th, 2018

Five Ways Mindfulness Can Benefit Us

According to thousands of years of tradition, Buddhists meditate to understand themselves and their connections to all beings. By doing so, they hope to be released from suffering and ultimately gain enlightenment.  Please continue reading

Source: The Science Behind Mindfulness and Good Health

The Art of Compassion – OMTimes Magazine

Courtesy of OMTimes MagazineIn today’s busy and hectic world, it sometimes takes a conscious choice to practice compassion. Mindfulness Fosters Compassion Have you ever found yourself standing in line for a ticket, when someone pushes in front of you saying they’re going to miss their train if they don’t get their ticket quickly? You have two choices, either to be really annoyed and irritated or to show compassion and extend forgiveness. Of course, you don’t know whether they would miss their train or not, as you don’t know their situation … but to extend your forgiveness by trying to put yourself in their shoes, to appreciate their situation is much harder to do. … Continue Reading

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Cauldrons and Cupcakes | Celebrating Life, Spirituality, Creativity and Kindness!

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That 2am Place – A Lesson In Mindfulness for Insomniacs

 

“It was that sort of sleep in which you wake every hour and think to yourself that you have not been sleeping at all; you can remember dreams that are like reflections, daytime thinking slightly warped.” 
~ Kim Stanley Robinson  Please continue reading

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