This is the second post in the series on mindful presence. You can view Part One here. So why should we go out of our way to develop mindfulness? Mindful presence feels good in its own right: relaxed, alert, and peaceful. Not contending with anything. No struggle. In addition to the inherent, experiential rewards of
Here is the latest talk from the San Rafael Meditation group with Rick Hanson. It is titled Listening to Your Longing for Peace. More information on the San Rafael Mediation group can be found at http://www.rickhanson.net/teaching/meditation-group/.
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Rick’s Picks is a new series of posts highlighting the very best content online. In what has to be the most adorable review of a restaurant ever written, The Bold Italic writer Jessica Saia takes a friend’s four-year-old daughter to The French Laundry and subjects its legendary tasting menu to her simple yet extremely judgmental
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I thought you might like to listen to a sample from my audio program – The Enlightened Brain: The Neuroscience of Awakening – in which I offer practical tools to reshape your brain for awakening. Enjoy! I’d love to hear your feedback about this audio excerpt in the comments below!
What Are You Holding Onto? The Practice: Let go. Why? I’ve done a lot of rock climbing, so I know firsthand the importance sometimes of not letting go! This applies to other things as well: keeping hold of a child’s hand while crossing the street, staying true to your ethics in a tricky situation, or
I had the pleasure of being interviewed on the Ask Dr. Nandi Show on the topic of Fear.
I hope you enjoy it!
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Our brains have evolved powerful tools for coping with threats and danger—but in the face of modern stresses like information overload, money worries, and interpersonal conflicts, our survival reflexes can do more harm than good. To help you adapt your nervous system to the challenges of today’s world, I’m offering a sample of my audio
We spend a lot of time giving to others. It’s the most natural thing in the world. Most giving is small, in passing, hardly noticed, the breath and wallpaper of life. It’s not hard to overlook. And with all the attention paid in the media to images and words of destruction and horrible mistreatment, it