Mindfulness, Meditation and Self-Care

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#39: Oren Shai – Slowing Down and Being in the Body

#39: Oren Shai – Slowing Down and Being in the Body

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to my conversation with Oren Shai to learn how you can practice slowing down and being in the body, and the impact this practice can have on your well-being and your relationships. Oren is a somatic leadership coach […]

Autumn Color, Autumn Joy!

Autumn Color, Autumn Joy!

Wow. A pause. I take in all the colors.The colors take me in.Surrounded by peace.Surrounded by serenity. I don’t think;I feel.I feel joy!I feel love!I feel life. So bright,So vibrant.A delightin being. This moment,a precious gift.Warm sun, A blanket over color. thoughts,worries,have faded.Gentle clouds, They […]

#35: Sick and Being

#35: Sick and Being

Photo by Faruk Tokluoğlu on Unsplash

Sick? Take time to rest and recover. Let this be a gentle reminder to give yourself permission to take time off.

#32: Heather Van Tassel | Concussions, Meditation, Neuroscience and Nature

#32: Heather Van Tassel | Concussions, Meditation, Neuroscience and Nature

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Heather Van Tassel is a Data Scientist and Health Coach, specialized in Concussion work and informed by a background in Biochemistry and Neuroscience. In this episode of Get Grounded, Heather shares her experiences traveling, embarking on a 10-day […]

Stress: What it really is and how to handle it

Originally posted by Jordon Johnston on the UBC Life Blog. Stress is one of those strange things about the human experience that few of us enjoy, but many of us feel we just have to tolerate—like puberty, or calling people on the phone. While, tragically, […]

#3: Loving-Kindness (Guided Meditation)

#3: Loving-Kindness (Guided Meditation)

We could all use a moment of loving-kindness. Amirite? In this “metta” guided meditation you will invite well-being and happiness into your life, and then share the invitation with others. Recommended for those days you are particularly hard on yourself, or to give you a positive push toward forgiveness.

PS. Check out this collection of fantastic science-based reasons to try loving-kindness meditation, originally posted by Author, Speaker & Research Scientist Emma Seppälä. Shared by mindful.

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