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How to Respond Instead of React in Stressful Situations

By |2020-04-22T21:24:06+02:00December 13th, 2019|Mindfulness|

Here are some more practical, mechanical steps you can take to go from being reactive in a potentially stressful situation to being nonreactive—in other words, responding appropriately. We call this "crossing the bridge". WHEN YOU'RE being nonreactive, we say that you're responding instead of reacting. When it comes to stressful

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Being Aware: The Doorway to Mindful Living

By |2020-04-22T21:05:46+02:00February 16th, 2019|Mindfulness|

Being aware is the first step you'll take on the path of mindfulness. It's also the doorway to mindful living.  THERE IS a humorous quote that goes like this: “I was watching the frisbee, wondering why it was getting bigger and bigger, and then it hit me.” Get it? Things

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The Three Key Elements of Mindfulness

By |2020-05-14T09:28:16+02:00December 11th, 2018|Mindfulness|

In order to simplify the learning and application of mindfulness, we've identified three key elements: Being Aware, Being Nonjudgmental; Being Nonreactive. To equate these to bicycle riding, they'd be: balance, movement, and knowing how to stop! IF YOU do some research into mindfulness you’ll come across a great many definitions,

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