Sometimes we become stuck in how we see things. In order to expand our horizons we must grow in self awareness. “The mind is the creator of our own heavens and hells by our own thoughts” – (Dhammapada)
Posts Tagged ‘Mindfulness’
Just as a single lit candle dispels darkness in the moonless night, mindfulness and love dispels fear, anger and the broken heart. This is a short talk and meditation on mindfulness and loving kindness.
This Vblog talks about important distinctions between “Letting Be” and “Letting Go” as it relates to mindfulness meditation practice and life.
The difference between acknowledgment and acceptance. The metaphor of the sky as non-judgmental awareness that allows all storms to dissipate. The importance of self-compassion.
Here is a short mindfulness practice that you can come back to again and again whether you ar at work or home to practice mindfulness throughout the day. Once you get the hang of it, try it out wherever you are. Come visit us in the facebook mbsrworkbook community to connect with us and others.
This MBSR Workbook Vblog talks about how to work with sleepiness and wandering mind while meditating. It also speaks briefly on perception and how we see things from a limited view.
In this Vblog from A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook, Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D. shows you some quick tips on how to weave mindfulness throughout your daily life. Tune in…
These days, more than ever, it’s critical to be able to take moments during the day to check-in and see what the state of affairs is with us. In this video you’ll be introduced to The Mindful Check-In from “A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook.” Feel free to connect with others who are interacting around the workbook and how mindfulness is being used in everyday life to work with stress pain and illness.
At the beginning of every Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction class we go around the circle introducing ourselves and saying what brought us here. In “A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook”, we ask a similar question, what brings you to this book? Listen to Bob Stahl speak about what brought him to mindfulness practice.
This video is a short introduction to the New Harbinger publication, A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) has changed the way thousands of people live their lives. In this workbook, you will learn how to change your relationship to stress, pain, and illness and move in the direction of greater calm, balance, and peace. Find out more at mbsrworkbook.com