Anne Alexander

This is Why We Practice Mindfulness Meditation

I love the opening line of our feature about women leaders in mindfulness: “This is why we practice.” It feels like a manifesto, capturing how to live now. Because as the world convulses with turmoil, my mind convulses, too. My thoughts fly like a storm in a snow globe: pandemic, death, disease, fear, invisible air […]

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Creating a Happiness Circle of Friends

Creating a Happiness Circle of Friends

We are both influenced by and a reflective part of our closest friends. How can we use our friendships to help create happiness in our lives?

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Esoteric Meaning Behind Jesus and Apostles Crossing Lake to Other Side

Esoteric Meaning Behind Jesus and Apostles Crossing Lake to Other Side

For those delving deep into the true meanings behind the scriptures, beyond surface literal teachings, then this is a must read article. When decoded esoterically, Mark 4-35 up to Mark 5-2 in their literal format, bear no resemblance whatsoever to what their author intended, as we shall see. Be prepared for some wonderful soul nourishing…

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Fear Versus Trust, Courage, and Calmness

Fear Versus Trust, Courage, and Calmness

During this pandemic we are all battling the worst of our demons. If you like to eat or drink too much, or find that watching too much TV is an enjoyable way to pass the time, take a second to re-think this mindset. In fact, this is a great time to change this lifestyle and…

 Elisabeth Gold

Why Mindfulness Isn’t About Control

At this time of the pandemic, I hear many psychologists, psychiatrists, and other mental health practitioners recommending that people “focus on what they can control.” “We need to control this virus.” “Doctors are working hard to control the coronavirus.” This advice irks me, and the word “control” rubs me the wrong way. Has anyone ever […]

 Heather Hurlock

3 Practices to Come Back to Your Heart

My heart hurts. Watching the brutality and aggression of hardened stances on whether to wear a mask, whether climate change is real, and whether conspiracy theories are valid has me feeling deeply unsettled. I’m worried about the chaos of so much division, and its potentially detrimental impact on our communities and our society. In order […]

 Elaine Smookler

A Guided Walking Meditation to Connect with Your Senses

We can connect to our senses and nourish our relationship to the peace, pleasure, and technicolor qualities of the present moment, as we walk. Starting your day with an intentional morning walk can be the key to bringing calm awareness, as you very simply turn your attention to what the body is experiencing, as you […]

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Facts One Need to Know About International Yoga Day

Facts One Need to Know About International Yoga Day

Yoga has become India’s gift to mankind. Its role in stress management, improving self-esteem and overall wellness of the body is now known to the world. Hence, the UN body has chosen to allocate a day for the world to do yoga.

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10 Simple Ways to Hack the Brain

10 Simple Ways to Hack the Brain

IntroductionThe human brain is the biggest asset of mankind. With its use, we have totally dominated our planet. Though we are incapable of flying or holding things with best claws as do other animals or run as fast as leopards do, due to our brain functions, we have clawed our way to the top of…

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When Parents Become a Burden Among Children

When Parents Become a Burden Among Children

Since time immemorial, human beings have acted and reacted towards relationships in a manner that reflect their mind and mentality. It swings and sways displaying profound apathy and scornful attitude and also benign and kindness. The gravity of their behavior is subject to what sort of relationship they are exposed to within and outside the…

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