Mindfulness: A Seven Second Tape Delay

Have you ever felt like you didn’t have time to respond wisely to what was going on, or worse, that you reacted without thinking only to find that your reaction made things worse, not better? Regular mindfulness meditation can give you the chance to pause, see the moment for what it is, and choose a wise response.

Mindfulness: The mental push-up

When I was in graduate school, we were taught that the human brain reaches its maximum developmental potential around age 25. Can you imagine how discouraging a thing that was to hear for a bunch of 25 year old graduate students?!

Mindfulness and Shifting Into Neutral

I’ve often heard people say, “I can’t meditate because I can’t stop thinking,” or something very similar to that. Fortunately, we don’t have to stop thinking or even slow down our thoughts to experience the peace that mindfulness practice can bring. Curious? Read on.

Mindfulness: The Indirect Path to Peace.

Nearly every mindfulness meditation practitioner that I know, including me, began meditating to get something. For some, that thing was relief from anxiety. For others, it was getting a better hold on their anger. Others came to the practice to find relief from the symptoms of chronic medical conditions.


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