Entries tagged with “Mind”
Kickstart your creative self with these positive affirmations.
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Seven common mind games that make us feel powerful and avoid taking responsibility for our feelings
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An excerpt from The Dalai Lama’s Big Book of Happiness
Stillness and movement work together and can help us sense what we deeply desire, what’s gotten us stuck, or how we might want to change.
MindA Journey to the Heart of Being HumanBy Daniel J. Siegel, MDW.W. Norton & CompanyYou’ve probably said something like, “I have a lot on my mind,” or, “He’s out of his mind!”…
How Your Brain Thinks, Feels, and Decides
Rabbi Rami shares his personal practice for elevating awareness and compassion to bring thoughts, actions, and values into alignment.
It is a much better strategy to focus on the mechanics of thought, rather than the content of thought.
Eight or so years ago, Janet Sleigh stood in her kitchen, -bemoaning her whacked-out hormones, her arthritic fingers, and her squishy postpartum belly of two years. A friend who wa…
Through my stillness in asana class and in meditation, I learned that breathing slowly unleashed my inner poetry.
If we are relentless and impeccable about stalking ourselves, a result is that we leave the world and other people alone.
How can we or can we ever come up with criteria that distinguish us from animals, or for that matter, from a machine? Our spirit? Is it our intelligence? Is it our bodies? Or is it that we tell better stories? From our theologian at MIT's Artificial Intelligence Lab, here's a new metaphor for Who We Are, 2000.
Brainstorm author Dr. Dan Siegel on the power of harmony, cultivating “mindsight,” and why you should learn to think more like a teen.
This simple way to use conscious, rhythmic breathing can help you savor life and live more fully.
Excerpt from The Intelligent Heart
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Every time your mind wanders, use your breath to bring your focus back.
An interview with Sylvia Boorstein