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I Know How Hard It Can Be to Bounce Back When Everyday Things Fall Apart

The title of this post is identical to the title of an article by Andrew Reiner in the Health Section of the 6 February 2018 issue of the Washington Post. 249 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Mindfulness - Beyond the Nonjudgmental Stance

Last week, we examined one of the key elements of Mindfulness –¬†practicing the non-judgmental stance. Today, I’d like to extend that so that we can really expand on the benefits into our own everyday lives. 773 more words

How to Meditate day at Milton Keynes Meditation Association

It was with a sense of excitement and trepidation that I set out to the How to Meditate day held by the Milton Keynes Meditation Association. 756 more words


Online mindfulness coaching

Signing up for a mindfulness course isn’t easy for everyone, for a number of reasons. Firstly, there’s location – there may not be a¬† course nearby or transport may be an issue. 199 more words


Mindfulness - Practicing the Nonjudgmental Stance

One of the key elements of Mindfulness is practicing the non-judgmental stance.

Mindfulness refers to awareness of the present moment without judgment and the thing is… judgments are often difficultfor us to notice and sometimes even more difficult for us to shake. 754 more words

On the cushion or in the tank: Meditation practice and experience

So I wrote a fairly lengthy post last week on my first experience in a float tank, and I felt I got enough out of it to warrant a second visit, and so this past Saturday afternoon I drove into Syracuse for Round 2. 1,329 more words

A different kind of meditation: My float tank experience

So last Friday night after work I made my way from the office to an unremarkable commercial building on a busy divided commercial street, tucked between sports bar and a Red Lobster. 2,594 more words