Mindful Techniques When Stressed

0 Comment by / September 3, 2012 / Posted in Mindfulness

Ryan Rivera shares some techniques to deal with stress. Like the Running of the Squirrels, it is not the big things that get me. It is all the little things that overwhelm and take me in the direction of mindless rather than move me toward mindfulness.. Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on [...]

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Mindfulness From The Heart: Loving-Kindness Meditation

1 Comment by / August 23, 2012 / Posted in Mindfulness

We are conditioned by our beliefs. And our thoughts condition us to what we believe. I have enjoyed sharing the saying Marvette Saucer shared with me. She quietly said: “If you want to live your dream; and jolted me as she shouted: “WAKE UP.” Karen Sothers guides many on the journey to calm one’s restless [...]

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This Will Also Pass: an interview on Mindfulness

0 Comment by / January 20, 2012 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

Johan Bergstad is a licensed psychologist in Sweden, mindfulness teacher, writer/poet and photographer. The movie he recently released: This Will Also Pass” is a wonderful interview he did with, retired surgeon and Mindfulness teacher, Andries J Kroese. For those interested in learning more about Mindfulness a good starting place is Mindful.org, that is hosted by [...]

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Playing with Walking Mindfully

1 Comment by / October 4, 2011 / Posted in Injury Prevention, Mindful Running, Mindful Walking, Mindfulness, Running Form & Style

If you watch the way most people walk you will notice that the lower leg snaps forward and the person (and probably you) land on the back of the heel of the shoe first. If you look at the heels of your regular shoes, you will most likely notice that the outer edge of the [...]

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Free Mindfulness Teleseminar Series

0 Comment by / September 22, 2011 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

The NICABM National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine is sponsoring a Mindfulness Teleseminar Series from September 28 until November 11th Go here to sign up for this Free Mindfulness Teleseminar Series. Wednesday, September 28th, 5pm ET – Ronald Siegel, PsyD Wednesday, October 5th, 5pm ET – Rick Hanson, PhD Wednesday, October 12th, [...]

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Mindful Movement: Green Space Is Important For Mental Health

4 Comments by / May 5, 2010 / Posted in Mindful Running, Mindfulness, The Running Mind

As someone who has run and walked with patients and friends for 35 years, this little article shared by Christine Messier brings out the fact that being in nature quickly brings a person to “present moment, beautiful moment.” What is interesting is that when one is in the present moment there is no cause and [...]

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Shambhala Sun’s Guide To Mindful Living

0 Comment by / March 9, 2010 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

The March issue of the Shambhala Sun is focused on Mindfulness. The editorial by Barry Boyce explains (although it always has): Why The Shambhala Sun Is Taking Mindfulness to Heart The Shambhala Sun has collected a series of excellent articles in its feature section in its Guide To Mindful Living. Thich Nhat Hanh shares a [...]

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Ready for 2010? First, complete 2009.

1 Comment by / December 24, 2009 / Posted in Mindful Business, Mindful Running, Mindfulness

This is shared with you from a fellow Vistage Chair and friend: Dwight Frindt Ready for 2010? First, complete 2009. It’s the time of year when many of us conduct annual rituals that may include everything from strategic planning sessions for business to making New Year’s resolutions or setting Bold Goals for 2010 and beyond. [...]

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Mindfulness & Breathing

0 Comment by / November 20, 2009 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindful Running, Mindfulness

In an explanation of the breathing techniques of Russian scientist, Dr Konstatin Buteyko, an interesting observation was made. A dog breathing at 40 breathes/minute lives 20 years; a man breathing at 17 breathes/minute lives 70 years and a turtle breathing at 1 to 3 breathes a minute lives several hundred years. Maybe this is another [...]

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Neuroscience Research Using Mindfulness Meditation

0 Comment by / July 22, 2009 / Posted in Uncategorized

I stopped by the Neuromarketing website of two friends, Patrick Renvoise and Christophe Morin, who are Vistage speakers. Neuromarketing.com was officially launched in June. They have invited anyone interested in contributing knowledge, thoughts, content to make it better and richer for everyone. If interested you might be interested in joining their neuromarketing community. This video, [...]

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