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- How To Control (And Even Use) Your Anger — With Meditation
Here's a fast fact about high-conflict people: life is better when you avoid them. Bill Eddy, mediation expert and president of the High Conflict Institute, ...
The most important habit I’ve formed in the last 10 years of forming habits is meditation. Hands down, bar none. Meditation has helped me to form all my other habits, it’s helped me to become more…
Anger can be a powerful teacher — if we know how to use it. In this episode, Lama Rod Owens, a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, explains how he learned to love his anger, and gives listeners a six-step…
«Anger is a complicated emotion that many of us try to suppress rather than examine — a desire often reinforced by societal narratives that dictate who is allowed to hold and process the sentiment.»
Reclaim the first few moments of your day by dedicating some time to morning mindfulness meditation or an empowering routine.
I want to reduce my stress and anxiety and feel more peace and presence, but I don’t love meditation. Here's what I do instead.
All the benefits-and joy-of a regular meditation practice can be yours by using the science of behavior change
Neuroscientists and psychologists keep discovering more health benefits from mindfulness meditation. And luckily, it's a simple practice, that virtually anyone can do. But how do you get started, and how do you get the most rewards from the practice? Here's our quick and easy guide to meditating.
For years, mindfulness has been promoted as a near panacea. But just how much does the brain affect the body?
Studies suggest that Buddhist mindfulness meditation can help to calm the restless mind and create inner peace.
«Journey to the West (attributed to Ming Dynasty poet Wu Cheng’en).»
The no-rules approach to building a meditation practice.
What happens when you make meditation a real habit.
«Being able to sit with your feelings, being able to regulate them in adaptive ways, are really cornerstone skills of being happy in life,»
Are you holding onto at least one thing that’s way past its expiration date?
«Let good things come into the space that’s been opened up by whatever you have let go of.»
During advanced meditation, there is a dissolution of the boundaries between the self and the environment, resulting in a state of unity.
An excerpt from "Beyond the Self: Conversations between Buddhism and Neuroscience."
Eschewing any concrete political stance, Transcendental Meditation deals in vagaries: world peace, widespread happiness, perfect government.
Shared by 269, including Charles Duhigg, debbie millman
«If we are lucky enough, if we are alive enough, we go on making art, making meaning, making an effort to “leave something of sweetness and substance in the mouth of the world.”»
Hear me out: Mindfulness erodes the psychology of tribalism in subtle and powerful ways.
Research on naps, meditation, nature walks and the habits of exceptional artists and athletes reveals how mental breaks increase productivity, replenish attention, solidify memories and encourage creativity
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