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Celebrating Another Milestone, or Just Another Excuse for More Champagne

Posted by Judy Moon

We recently celebrated our one year anniversary of the Wellness Seed blog. I am super excited about that and very proud of stepping our of the box and doing something that I didn’t think I could do. 468 more words

Start all over again

Tomorrow I’m joining an eight week mindfulness course having not managed to develop mindfulness within myself through using the book. I am strangely tenacious about any injustice or unfairness relating to others, sometimes about their actions towards me, but I soon let things slip that need me to be kind to myself.   219 more words

Jon Kabat-Zinn

You have to be strong enough to be weak

So I’ve been reading “Wherever You Go There You Are” – the title of which is also a quote by Mr Brady in The Brady Bunch Movie. 319 more words



     I have been seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about gratefulness. I can’t do those posts. More power to you if they help and make you feel good, but they just piss me off when I try to do them. 454 more words


The Scientific Case for Compassion - feat. a TEDx Talk by Dacher Keltner

Even though the idea of compassion lies at the heart of virtually each and every religious and spiritual movement (with Buddhism and the Dalai Lama problably being the frontrunner), psychological science has ignored this important feature of our human nature for quite a long time, describing it as a subtype of other, more primary emotions. 220 more words

Positive Psychology Insights

too good not to share!

Pay close attention to each scene

Colgate has created a very ingenious advertising campaign to promote their dental floss.

But … Before I explain to you the main detail of these images, I shall let you observe them on your own. 122 more words


Be The Observer - Pay Attention And Everything Is Your Teacher!

 I saw this and just stopped!  Serious contemplation!  “Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; On purpose,in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.” – Jon Kabat – Zinn  This is a great article on mindfulness:   7 more words