Practicing gratitude has far-reaching effects, from improving our mental health to boosting our relationships with others.
With burnout, sometimes what we need to begin healing and to rediscover joy is to (literally) move our way through it.
Reclaim the first few moments of your day by dedicating some time to morning mindfulness meditation or an empowering routine.
Dr. Sará King leads a meditation to find strength and resilience in familiarity—and use those feelings to explore the unfamiliar.
Our mental habits can be both useful and far from useful—to start sorting out the difference we first have to notice them.
«It isn’t easy to let go of fear, anger, or remorse—but it’s useful to recognize how often they aren’t tied to anything solid or real.»
Reduce stress, anxiety, and negative emotions, cool yourself down when your temper flares, and sharpen your concentration skills.
In this practice, Scott Rogers guides us to take the role of observer to difficult emotions, so that we can more easily create the space we need to let go.
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Three ways mindfulness can help leaders—and their organizations—identify important ideas.
A new study explores how various forms of meditation affect our health at the genetic levels.
Take a break and boost your mood with this 10-minute walking meditation.
When we’re angry or excited our behavior can surprise even ourselves. Here’s what’s happening in the brain in these moments.
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In the four-minute film, kindergarteners discuss coping with emotions and using meditation and breathing techniques.
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