Posts From: mindfulness Category

Posted On: 17 Jan,2013 By:
Category: Depression

Mindfully Moving Past Depression

I’ve written blogs about depression. For example: The Deep Dark Hole of Depression Finding Meaning in Life When You’re Feeling Depressed Moving Past Sadness or Depression I I’ve also written about mindfulness:

Posted On: 17 May,2011 By:
Category: Relax

Mindfulness Exercises

I talk a lot with people about creating changes in their lives that they would prefer. Often times it seems that includes conversations about calming racing thoughts, putting aside ruminating, or becoming more mindful. It seems more people are thinking about focusing on living in the moment and really enjoying what their lives have to […]

Posted On: 17 Oct,2010 By:
Category: Relax

Meditation and Mindfulness Preparation

Some reasons we don’t: People sometimes say they don’t meditate or use mindfulness because they tried it once and it didn’t work. Others believe that only yogis or people like the Dalai Lama can meditate or use mindfulness because they have loads of time to devote to it daily. Still others may think that meditation […]

Posted On: 1 Jun,2010 By:
Category: Anxiety/Worry

Is Anxiety the Elephant in Your Room?

I’m working with a lot of people these days who are being influenced by worry, anxiety, or panic. Some know exactly what’s worrying them. For others, it seems like a mystery. All they know is that the feeling suddenly hits like a ton of bricks and it can be quite debilitating, let alone frightening. What […]

Posted On: 30 May,2010 By:
Category: Relax

Mindfulness through your Breath

Simple but not easy… I know when I first thought about mindfulness and meditation, I thought about Indian gurus spending their lives in caves in India practicing the art their entire lives. It seemed so unattainable!! But when I investigated further, I realized meditation, mindfulness, visualization, hypnosis-whatever you want to call it-is actually pretty simple. […]

Posted On: 30 Nov,2009 By:
Category: Relax

Living in the Moment is on my To-Do List

What does living in the moment mean to you? Is it mindfulness, flow, or something else? Where are you when you live in the moment? Is it easier when you’re in a certain place–or doing something in particular?