Meditation

 Lisa Feldman Barrett

Your Brain Secretly Works With Other Brains

Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett explains some of the ways your brain is constantly changing itself (usually without your awareness) as you interact with other people. The post Your Brain Secretly Works With Other Brains appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Jen Fisher

Why A “Time-Crunched” Mindset Backfires—and How Leaders Avoid It

Scarcity wreaks havoc on our minds—and our success at work. In this excerpt from Work Better Together, Jen Fisher and Anh Phillips explore what’s really behind a sense of time scarcity, and how intentional micro-habits can interrupt it. The post Why A “Time-Crunched” Mindset Backfires—and How Leaders Avoid It appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Mindful Staff

3 Ways to be Kind to Yourself (and Our Planet)

It’s common to feel a sense of grief or anxiety for the current state of our planet. Here are three ways you can ease that ache and show both yourself and the earth a little kindness. The post 3 Ways to be Kind to Yourself (and Our Planet) appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Mindful Staff

Happy Mindfulness Day

In honor of Mindfulness Day, check out these stories on meditation practice and advice from mindful.org and Mindful magazine. The post Happy Mindfulness Day appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Cara Bradley

Is Mental Fitness Part of Your Workout Routine?

Mindful movement specialist and author Cara Bradley explains how we can cross-train for our mental health, the same way we cross-train for physical fitness. The post Is Mental Fitness Part of Your Workout Routine? appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Mindful Staff

Liberating Masculinity With Edward M. Adams and Ed Frauenheim

How mindfulness helps to cultivate self-awareness, courage, and vulnerability that can help men live more full, connected lives. The authors of Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection join Mindful senior editor Amber Tucker in conversation. The post Liberating Masculinity With Edward M. Adams and Ed Frauenheim appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Caren Osten Gerszberg

Why Your Breath is Connected to Your Well-Being

What is the vagus nerve, and how does it connect to our breathing and emotions? Learn the science around this key messenger of the nervous system. The post Why Your Breath is Connected to Your Well-Being appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Heather Hawk Feinberg

Ammi’s Adventures: A 5-Minute Meditation for Kids

This engaging meditation uses the energy and imagery of clouds to foster inner connection and emotional regulation. Follow the guided practice and join your child on a mindful adventure. The post Ammi’s Adventures: A 5-Minute Meditation for Kids appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Andres Gonzales

A 12-Minute Breathing Practice to Activate Your Vagus Nerve

Andres Gonzales leads a simple breathing practice to help you extend the length of your exhale, telling the body it’s safe to let your guard down. The post A 12-Minute Breathing Practice to Activate Your Vagus Nerve appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Scott Shute

3 Ways Leaders Can Prevent Emotional Drain

When it comes to supporting employees to thrive despite the emotional fallout of the pandemic, leaders (and mindfulness) have a critical role to play. The post 3 Ways Leaders Can Prevent Emotional Drain appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

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