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Context: Your Secret Stress Superpower

By |2020-04-24T15:26:30+02:00January 21st, 2020|Mindfulness|

There's a little-known power that we all have. It's the power to transform our experience of life—and our level of stress—in an instant, by means of a decision. Interested? Read on! THINK ABOUT all the incredible creatures of the earth and how each one has adapted to its environment by

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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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How to Use Indicators to Manage Yourself Mindfully

By |2020-04-22T21:23:41+02:00November 21st, 2019|Mindfulness|

The whole point of mindfulness is not just to get into a relaxed state, but to develop a whole different, better experience of life. That means expanding your awareness from your breath to your whole being.  AS YOU know by now, the first step towards solving any problem from a

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Book Review: The Science of Meditation

By |2020-04-22T20:45:35+02:00October 20th, 2018|Mindfulness|

There have been many claims about the efficacy of mindfulness and meditation. Naturally, these need to be treated with due scepticism. A definitive book on this subject was released in 2017: The Science of Meditation by Daniel Goleman (he of Emotional Intelligence fame) and Richard J. Davidson. Brainwave EEG

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