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Mindfulness Explained by a Mind-hacker

An explanation grounded in neuroscience and direct experience

By Due Quach, Founder of Calm Clarity
Featured Image: “Self Reflected in Violets” courtesy of artist  1,568 more words
Science And Meditation

How to Meditate by Tara Brach

Creating a container for practice:
It helps to have a regular time and space for cultivating a meditation practice.
Setting a time – Morning is often preferred because the mind may be calmer than it is later in the day. 3,525 more words

Day Eleven: I'm So Lazy (New Routines)

Despite the startling amount of things I accomplish in a day, I am a shockingly lazy person. 


I am always trying to avoid work. I want to accomplish my tasks with as little effort as possible, which may lead to unexpected bouts of creativity and leadership, but often leads me to look for hacks. 297 more words


From the Inside Out

Since I started looking into different sorts of techniques to improve myself I realised that there were so many to choose from and wow, where the hell do I start? 900 more words


Motivational Speeches lift your spirits

Have you ever listened to a song and all of a sudden felt intense emotions of either sadness or empowerment.  Like listening to a pink song – “So what I’m still a Rock Star” in my car and blaring out the lyrics and totally imagining that you just don’t give a shit and your unstoppable….then the song goes off and your listening to Adele and you feel like you could just cry your eyes out… 213 more words

Mind Hacking

Meditation and me

I have a curious relationship with meditation. Over the past several years, I’ve had several people recommend it to me as a way to cope with anxiety and calm my fears. 714 more words