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Moments of joy are available to us even during difficult times, writes editor-in-chief Heather Hurlock. Happiness belongs to all of us, inherently.
Explore a guide to bittersweet emotions, an ode to everyday beauty, and more recent books and podcasts.
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In our fourth annual focus on women leaders of the mindfulness movement, ten women share what they’ve learned about living a life of meaning and purpose and how cultivating happiness fits into the equation.
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How your practice could impact making amends, a review of mindfulness-based interventions, and other new mindfulness research.
Our notions of chance, fate, or fortune really can shape what happens to us—just not in the way we might think. Here’s how our practice reveals a wiser way of “getting lucky.”
During times of crisis and uncertainty, touching into your groundedness while remaining open can help you find calm—and inspire others to do the same. Meena Srinivasan offers a guided practice for staying both rooted and open.
We often place high value on happiness and the happiness of those around us. But what does being happy actually mean? Here’s what Mindful readers had to say about the deeper meaning of happiness.
It’s time to slow down, be present, and appreciate the world around you. Explore these tips and practices from Barry Boyce, Sharon Salzberg, Sebene Selassie, and Jessica Morey that will help you get started.
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Facing the reality of death—whether our own or a loved one’s—can be deeply painful. Yet, many find more ease once they accept that death is a part of life. These prompts can help us ease in, lessen anxiety, and maybe even feel a little more prepared.
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