Entries tagged with “Mindfulness”
“The absence of holiday fuss clears the way for all kinds of spiritual opportunities.”
I spent last week away from home, work, studio, email, and Facebook in the city of my youth, Montreal. I remember it well, but only this past week did I really notice something str…
2020 was a year. But maybe there's a silver lining (or two) to this pandemic after all.
In his posthumous memoir, Being Ram Dass, the beloved cultural and spiritual icon and bestselling author of Be Here Now, shares his experience of his journey from the mind to the heart, from the ego to the soul.
Reclaim rest with a rest guided meditation that will take you on a journey of self-exploration.
New Year’s resolutions never seem to stick. Explore a more holistic approach.
At the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we have worked for the last few years to find ways to help our veterans returning from Iraq an…
Surfer-writer-adventurer Jaimal Yogis brings mindfulness to his outdoor passions.
“The more I practice cultivating the gaps and being really present for them, the more my nervous system gets the message that I’m okay.”
“When we live with purpose, when we slow down and take stock of what is really important to us, voluntarily letting go of what isn’t, we begin to live more truthfully, on our own terms.”
Often when we hear the word “yoga,” we think of static physical postures like Downward Dog or Headstand. But what if yoga wasn’t about the pose at all? What if the postures were mo…
The surprising history of the yummy treat, plus tips on sweet ingredients that do good
September is a bit of a wild month, astrologically speaking. There is a solar eclipse with the new moon on September 1st and a lunar eclipse with the full moon on September 16th. I…
Breath action into everyday words. “You might be surprised at how many nouns in the English language can be used as verbs.”
U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, a Democrat from Ohio, spoke with Rabbi Rami about his efforts to bring more mindfulness to the U.S. Senate.
Tired of all the JUNK? Become inspired by Benedictine simplicity. Look for new ways to keep your space less cluttered.
I know as problems go, this is not the biggest thing, but I really miss practicing yoga in a studio.
Stuck in a rut—or a loop? “Thoughts we’ve had thousands of times are easier to have again than new, creative thoughts. ... So what are we to do about our loops getting stronger with every repetition?”
I am addicted to reading articles with titles like, “are you dating a narcissist?” and “signs you should get out of your relationship now,” because deep-down I’m afraid that I am t…
Why is it so hard to jumpstart a meditation practice even when you really want to? There are generally two reasons why people don’t meditate.