Mindfulness

Did you know that how long a person is willing to hold their breath for predicts how long they will persist with trying to give up smoking? People often give up on a Willpower Goal...

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Self Compassion, Mindfulness and Lovingkindness Dr Christopher Germer- author of mindful self compassion. (Around 20 free mp3s that include traditional mindfulness for beginners (body scan, mindfulness of breath, sounds etc.), lovingkindness and self-compassion infused practices)....

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1 minute mindfulness exercises to give your brain & body a break from overthinking and stress. 1. Pick 1 daily activity that you plan to do mindfully (with your full attention). For example, kiss your...

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I’ve been getting lots of feedback that people like the visual learning tools. Modeled on the Healthy Food Pyramid. It’s a pdf. View or download it at the link below. Healthy Emotion Regulation Strategies Pyramid...

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Research into the psychological benefits of self-compassion is an emerging trend in psychology. I actually prefer the term self kindness. Self-compassion is about learning alternative responses when you are experiencing psychological suffering (suffering includes when...

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The last couple of weeks I’ve been practicing mindfulness of self criticism. I’m attempting to notice when I’ve got a self critical internal monologue going on, rather than my own self criticism being so automatic...

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Diagram about Anxiety I made another chart. This one is about Anxiety. Click here to view. I’ve now formatted the above doc as a pdf so you can easy print it. You can either print...

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Flow Chart

May 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s post is a flow chart. It’s too big for my page size, so you’ll need to click though to see it. Click here to view I’ve now formatted the above doc as a pdf...

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Everyday Mindfulness: RAIN Tool

April 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

R.A.I.N Mindfulness This is an everyday mindfulness tool I really like. Its called RAIN, which stands for R Recognize what is happening A Allow life to be just as it is I Investigate inner experience...

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Happiness: How to Cut Out the Middleman

February 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

Most of the time when people set goals, its because they expect that if they achieve that goal it will make them happier. For example, you have a goal of earning more money > because...

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