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Tag: mindfulness

God is not a Four-Letter Word

Recently I purchased a Time magazine -- Special Edition: Mindfulness, The New Science of Health and Happiness. The front cover boasted a lovely young...

Living from Your Center Within: An Interview with Transformational Leader Michele...

"We are living amidst a transformative period in human development, experiencing dramatic paradigm shifts and leaps in human consciousness itself. I invite you to...

The Challenge and Rewards of Ascension

While meditating, a vision appeared to me: a multitude of people were climbing up the terraced steps of a pyramid-shaped mountain, covering all sides...

Commuting from the Heart

At 6 a.m. my alarm rings and I begin to stir. Sitting up, but still under the warmth of my heavy Mexican blanket, I...

Mindfulness: the new Paradigm in Corporate Culture?

About a month and a half ago I received an email notice announcing the first Mindfulness Leaders Summit to be held in the Washington,...

3 Tips for Practicing Mindfulness in a Multitasking Workplace

Google, eBay, Intel and General Mills offer classes on it. So do Harvard Business School, Ross School of Business and Claremont Graduate University, among...

Approaching Anxiety with Mindfulness and Compassion

Late January, I was at the Cancun airport, on the way back from a relaxing vacation in Akumal, Mexico. Our ride had been a...

What Wine Tasting Can Teach You About Mindful Eating

On a recent trip to Australia to visit my husband's family, we experienced the powerful connection between wine tasting and mindful eating. New Zealand and...

Making Room for Kindness

Sometimes, there are things you know and understand. Intellectually, you grasp the validity and value of these ideas, and practices; you are able to...

Ask Leonard

Question: You speak of a hierarchy of repressed emotions as follows: anger, hurt, need and fear. I gather from what you say that our...

Being Mindful is how to Live Fully

We spend much time in our lives failing to live fully, going through the motions. Being mindfully present allows not only clarity, but also...

Avoiding and Transforming Addictions through Yoga and Mindfulness

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that more than 22 million Americans suffer from substance abuse related to drugs and alcohol....