It can sometimes be difficult to take the time out of a busy day to meditate. Author and mindfulness coach Keith Fiveson offers some small ways to bring mindfulness into the things you’re already doing.
Mindfulness literature has grown from a single article cited in 1966 to 2,808 in 2020. A recent publication from the journal Mindfulness traces the roots of research in the field and explores its developments over time.
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In this rich conversation, founding editor Barry Boyce shares what he learned about awe, our relationship with nature, and each other while visiting the National Museum of the American Indian.
While many of us lean on mindfulness to help us through times of inner and outer chaos, we can cultivate the greatest resilience through consistency in our practice, even when it doesn’t feel urgent.
CEO Andrew Swinand shares how working mindfully became the norm at Leo Burnett Group, and the simple practices that have helped to unlock new levels of creativity and innovation across his teams.
From eating mindfully to discovering your inner power, here are five new books and three podcasts the Mindful editors recommend.
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In this guided meditation from Tara Brach, we investigate a relationship where there is tension or conflict. With compassion for ourselves and for the other person, we can go beyond the difficulty and find healing.
Mindfulness can help us tap into the courage and compassion necessary to recognize our own prejudices and sit with them long enough to find a thoughtful way forward.
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Bring mindfulness to your sensory experience by exploring your visual field.
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