Phillip J. Watt – How’s your mind going? Forget your outside world for a moment, and think about how you feel inside.
Phillip J. Watt – This is a time for us to purge, cleanse, and detoxify.
Anna Hunt – Educators use the new mindfulness programs to help them when responding to student behavior and to teach valuable life skills.
Anna Hunt – Neuroscientists show that breath practices are a potential non-pharmacological treatment for attention-compromised conditions.
Brandon West – Inner peace is within you, and it is realized by looking within.
Michael Forrester – Concentrating the mind on the present moment is vastly beneficial to health.
Uwe Blesching – The science behind how cannabis improves the performance of your brain.
Derrick Broze – The results suggest a new choice for millions of people with recurrent depression on repeat prescriptions.
Keith Holden – Research on the placebo effect proves the amazing power of the mind in health and healing. How can you use this to improve your life?
Frank M. Wanderer – When the notion of Mindfulness is mentioned at a conversation, people often tend to confuse it with being awake.
Michael Forrester – Mindfulness is “the intentional, accepting and non-judgemental focus of one’s attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment”, which can be trained by a large extent in meditational practices.
Infographic – A great overview of why mindful awareness is a healthy skill and how to get started.
Jennifer Sodini – In order to stay strong, practicing mindfulness is an excellent way to integrate the lessons of 2014 in to 2015, and the list below contains 5 ways stay mindful in the year ahead.
Video – A talk to help you realize how easy it is to take better care of the mind and maximize its and your potential.
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