Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is a practice that trains the mind to be aware of the present moment—to gain the ability to observe, feel, and be aware of the body and the mind as it is now, without judgment. Mindfulness meditation allows us to find a steadiness in the turbulent traffic of thoughts by using a touchstone—a focus on the breath—to redirect attention and keep us attuned to the present. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

What You Practice Grows Stronger

When it comes to making changes, we all have one habit in common that holds us back: self-judgement. The neuroscience of mindfulness suggests lasting change requires a softer touch.

How to Gain Freedom from Your Thoughts

Dan Siegel explains how meditation can help us transcend limiting beliefs and discover more presence and possibility in life.

8 Ways People Recover From Post Childhood Adversity Syndrome

Cutting-edge research tells us that experiencing childhood emotional trauma can play a large role in whether we develop physical disease in adulthood. In Part 1 of this series, we looked at the growing scientific link between childhood adversity and adult physical disease.


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