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Relaxation Technique: The Mindful Art of Silence

Posted On Nov 11 2013
“Life is actually really simple, but we insist on making it complicated” –Confucius To improve focus, boost creativity, and enhance therapeutic results, take silence.  Sounds like a bad ad campaign for the latest cure-all drug.  But this ancient remedy, silence, is free and not created in any lab.  And though it’s no drug, we crave [...]

Mindfulnets: Co-creating an Online Global Mindfulness With You

Posted On Nov 3 2013
  Do you want to lead a happier, healthier life? Would you like to reduce stress, be less affected by the ups and downs of daily life, or feel more equipped to deal with a medical concern?  Would you like to increase your mindfulness, and have more support for your mindfulness practice?  Are you busy, [...]

Pros and Cons of Online Meditation

Posted On Oct 28 2013
  “We have a question: How best can we serve the convergence of Buddhism, global culture, and emerging technology?” asked Vincent Horn, cofounder of Buddhist Geeks in a recent Tricycle article .  It’s a great article, exploring both the vast potential and the pitfalls related to online meditation and other mergings of ancient wisdom and [...]

Meditate…it can change your brain!

Posted On Oct 10 2013
Science shows that mindfulness and meditation can change your brain. (Images from research article by Wendy Hasenkamp, Ph.D.,  neuroscientist and Senior Scientific Officer at the Mind & Life Institute.) It’s 8:55 a.m., do you know where your posterior cingulate cortex is, or what it is doing?  Wait, let me back up, do you even know [...]