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Misty Pratt debriefs how a free, science-based app is helping her take steps toward more self-acceptance and well-being.
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Our ability to pay attention is unreliable when we’re under stress. In her new book Peak Mind, neuroscientist Amishi Jha explores cutting-edge research on elite soldiers revealing how mindfulness training protects our attentional resources, even in the most high-stress scenarios imaginable.
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Scarcity wreaks havoc on our minds—and our success at work. In this excerpt from Work Better Together, Jen Fisher and Anh Phillips explore what’s really behind a sense of time scarcity, and how intentional micro-habits can interrupt it.
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How mindfulness helps to cultivate self-awareness, courage, and vulnerability that can help men live more full, connected lives. The authors of Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection join Mindful senior editor Amber Tucker in conversation.
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Connect with your heart, be fearless, and trust that the people you choose to surround yourself with can hold space for you.
We don’t have to carve out substantial blocks of time in our schedules to enjoy a moment of peace. Sometimes all it takes is one deep breath.
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Pulmonologist and founder of the The Mindful Healing Collective, Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang, leads us in a breathing practice to release stagnant air and find calm. This can be particularly helpful for those with chronic or obstructive lung disease.
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