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Simple Yoga and Mindfulness Practices For The Office

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(Last Updated On: May 23, 2019) Going to work shouldn’t prevent you from developing your spiritual awareness. In today’s fast-paced business world, it’s easy to forget about meditation and yogic practices and focus on increasing your productivity instead. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There are many small …

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Choose A Meditation Practice You’ll Stick With

In 2019, meditation isn’t exactly mysterious. Given the evidence, we all know we should meditate. Modern life is demanding and stressful, and in a lot of ways meditation is the perfect antidote. But while having the intention to meditate is one thing, establishing and maintaining a regular practice is another …

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5 Ways to Design for Wellness

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(Last Updated On: May 15, 2019) Adopting a healthy, natural lifestyle is an ever-increasing popular choice.  Making a conscious decision to eat better and exercise are often the first topics that come to mind when setting out on a healthier lifestyle.  One way to give yourself a boost is by …

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Guided Gratitude Meditation – One Mind Dharma

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Guided Gratitude Meditation (Last Updated On: May 8, 2019) Today’s meditation is a guided gratitude meditation. Although this is not a traditional Buddhist practice, gratitude is a quality that can support our wellbeing deeply. We will use the same format we often use when working with the brahma-viharas, repeating phrases …

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7 Habits of a Mindful Person

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(Last Updated On: May 7, 2019) “Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” This is a powerful quote to remind everyone that there is no other time to live but today. In the present. In the moment. It …

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Meditation as a Journey to the Unknowable

Meditation as a Journey to the Unknowable

Meditation is a journey into the unknowable. The practice of sitting and being perfectly free, unattached and nonreactive allows all of the concepts of our mind to fall away. You see, we live in a largely conceptual reality. What is Conceptual Reality? The vast majority of what we experience are …

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