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Mindfulness & vulnerability

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Pushing Past Tokenism

La Sarmiento has been a leader of American LGBTQ and people-of-color Buddhist communities for close to a decade. I caught up with the trans, queer Filipino teacher before a silent retreat to discuss the dynamics of race and gender in a world that is typically White, cisgender and straight.

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6 Ways to Build a Culture of Compassion

Scott Shute, the head of Mindfulness and Compassion at LinkedIn, shares a few simple gestures that can help foster compassion in our workplaces, families, and communities.

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Feeling Overwhelmed? Remember RAIN: Four Steps to Stop Being So Hard on Ourselves

In order to flower, self-compassion depends on honest, direct contact with our own vulnerability. Compassion fully blossoms when we actively offer care to ourselves.

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FindCenterHappiness is closer to the experience of acceptance and contentment than it is to pleasure. True happiness exists as the spacious and compassionate heart’s willingness to feel whatever is present.

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The Courage to Ask for Help

Life’s lessons can come from everywhere, not just our teachers. Our teachers even need a little help getting inspired sometimes. Today, Eve shares a story that helped her out recently.

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Listen Deeply

When most people think about developing mindfulness, they tend to assume it involves meditation and many practices. However, mindfulness is the present-moment awareness that is cultivated when we are listening deeply and responding honestly with others.

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Radio Headspace Rewind: Open Your Eyes

Oftentimes we avoid difficult situations by simply pretending they don't exist. There is real value in taking time out to be quiet and acknowledge our current reality — whether good or bad.

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The Progress You’ve Made

Taking a moment to reflect on the progress we’ve made helps us be mindful of the progress we are working toward.

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