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How to Be Mindful 24/7 with ‘Stealth’ Mindfulness

Who has time to meditate?  You do!  So do I!  It can happen in the smallest moments many times a day when you begin your focus on the present by beginning in the smallest ways. This article was recently published by Diana Winston the Director of Mindfulness Education...

How to Free Yourself from Personal Stories.

This is from 'Living Your Heart Wide Open' by Dr Bob Stahl An effective mindfulness practice for working with self-stories so you don’t get so caught up in yourself that you miss the irreplaceable moments happening right in front of you. To feel unworthy is to suffer....

Three Common Mind Traps That Sink Happiness

Some habitual ways of thinking can keep us stuck in a negative loop. Cultivating awareness of these "mind traps" can help you shift your attention. There’s a funny print cartoon that shows a man and woman sitting on the couch staring at a TV screen, and the caption...

Meditation to Tame Criticism

[huge_it_share]Everybody has 'challenges'. People that have a slower rate of bouncing back, usually are very critical of themselves. Criticism, internal or external, can lead to a state of being similar to surrender or what I call the 'X' program. To surrender from...

Dr Joe Dispenza Course – Making Your Mind Matter

This Exclusive Online Video Course Includes: Eight weeks of engaging and informative video lessons Multiple deep healing meditations Explorative writing exercises 2 Pre-recorded Q&A Sessions with Joe Dispenza For More...

Mindfulness Changes How we Process Sadness

One of the central teachings of mindfulness is that it’s possible to “know” our emotions in different ways. With sadness for example, depending on how we pay attention, we can become aware of the momentary, subjective experience of sadness, or we can follow a...

The Meta Identity to Reprogram Your Mind

Before going anywhere, it's a lot easier to know where you're going. To change a program, it's easier to know what you want to change.  It's sort of like getting ready for an event.  The dress rehearsal.  You put on the outfit and you do the pretend version of a...

Playlist about How to Get Over Your Ex

Being able to get over stuff successfully and quickly requires a few key pieces. Four key ingredients are novelty, supportive themes, reframing and isomorphism. The songs in the playlist below has all of these pieces and this post is about how this can be working for...

Dr Sheena Josselyn on Memory Formation and Forgetting Bad Memories

  CBC -  Sheena Josselyn, a neuroscientist at SickKids and the University of Toronto.  Starts at 2:55 Sheena Josselyn interview with "The Scientist- Neurons Compete to Form Memories" Sheena Josselyn paper on Neurogenesis-mediated forgetting minimizes proactive...

Erase Fear Memories: Schiller on Memory Reconsolidation

Daniela Schiller on how to erase fear with memory reconsolidation update mechanisms. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v463/n7277/full/nature08637.html Being able to erase a memory is not just the stuff of movies or science fiction, it's also real.  The brain...

How to Forget Your Ex Podcast

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How to Be Mindful 24/7 with ‘Stealth’ Mindfulness

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Who has time to meditate?  You do!  So do I!  It can happen in the smallest moments many times a day when you begin your focus on the present by beginning in the smallest ways. This article was recently published by Diana Winston the Director of Mindfulness Education...

How to Free Yourself from Personal Stories.

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This is from 'Living Your Heart Wide Open' by Dr Bob Stahl An effective mindfulness practice for working with self-stories so you don’t get so caught up in yourself that you miss the irreplaceable moments happening right in front of you. To feel unworthy is to suffer....

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Some habitual ways of thinking can keep us stuck in a negative loop. Cultivating awareness of these "mind traps" can help you shift your attention. There’s a funny print cartoon that shows a man and woman sitting on the couch staring at a TV screen, and the caption...

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