Dan Nixon

How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Digital Life

Meditator and tech researcher Dan Nixon offers three practical ways to be more present and purposeful when it comes to our technology and social media. The post How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Digital Life appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Eric Langshur

Why Relationships Are Key to Well-Being

Authors and mindfulness experts Eric Langshur and Nate Klemp dive into the research on how building strong connections with others helps us stay healthy and happy. The post Why Relationships Are Key to Well-Being appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Misty Pratt

Finding a Way to Measure and Study Our Internal Attention

When it comes to mental health, our internal world may matter more than we think. The post Finding a Way to Measure and Study Our Internal Attention appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Cara Bradley

Using the Body and Breath to Get Out of Your Head

We often practice mindfulness in stillness. Here, Cara Bradley shares how mindful movement and breath awareness can help us shift away from stress. The post Using the Body and Breath to Get Out of Your Head appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Elaine Smookler

3 Ways to Be Kind to Yourself When You’re Feeling Blue

Feeling unwell can be hard work sometimes—and that might be a sign that it’s time to stop trying so hard. Taking the mindful path means making room for suffering, too. The post 3 Ways to Be Kind to Yourself When You’re Feeling Blue appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Ava Whitney-Coulter

Healing Otherness with Compassion (and Sass)

Dr. Stacee Reicherzer, counselor and author of The Healing Otherness Handbook, is working to help people who are marginalized in society heal. The post Healing Otherness with Compassion (and Sass) appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Misty Pratt

Mindfulness-Based Interventions During Pregnancy to Support Perinatal Mental Health

With rising rates of perinatal mental illness, brief mindfulness interventions may come to play an important role in reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. The post Mindfulness-Based Interventions During Pregnancy to Support Perinatal Mental Health appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Kristin Neff

This Is What Fierce Self-Compassion Looks Like

Researcher and Fierce Self-Compassion author Kristin Neff on how to empower ourselves—and change the world—through caring authentically for ourselves. The post This Is What Fierce Self-Compassion Looks Like appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Jen Fisher

4 Types of Workplace Culture: Which One is Most Like Your Team?

Picture the dynamics of your workplace according to how much it values well-being and strong relationships. The post 4 Types of Workplace Culture: Which One is Most Like Your Team? appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

 Kelly Barron

What Nature Teaches Us About Well-Being

The natural world and its processes has much to teach us about the flexibility, creativity, and resilience that’s already within us, just waiting to unfurl. The post What Nature Teaches Us About Well-Being appeared first on Mindful. Source: Mindful.org

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