Mindfulness

  • Cultivate Your “Inner Gourmet” with Mindful Eating Cultivate Your “Inner Gourmet” with Mindful Eating

    Cultivate Your “Inner Gourmet” with Mindful Eating

Cultivate Your “Inner Gourmet” with Mindful Eating

A diagnosis of diabetes can feel like a death sentence.  I remember observing the faces of the participants in a diabetes education program, as the nutritionist described how to manage their blood glucose by controlling portions and by eating more nominally-processed foods and fewer sweets, sugary beverages and baked goods.

Although the participants were well aware of the need to make […]

By |March, 9th, 2015|Happiness, Mindfulness, Personal Growth|Comments Off on Cultivate Your “Inner Gourmet” with Mindful Eating
  • Three Ways to Boost Your Resilience Three Ways to Boost Your Resilience

    Three Ways to Boost Your Resilience

Three Ways to Boost Your Resilience

I’m the only person I know who actually uses and shares on a daily basis the information I explored in my doctoral thesis — how to cultivate resilience, that resourceful, persevering ability to cope effectively with daily stresses and successfully adapt to loss, adversity, conflict and other struggles of life.

By |October, 14th, 2014|Mindfulness, Resilience|Comments Off on Three Ways to Boost Your Resilience
  • PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 1 PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 1

    PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 1

PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 1

How to Get Started with Dr. Jan The Calming Breath is a simple, but powerful way to release tension and refocus your mind.

Use this brief guided experience of The Calming Breath Part 1 to relax, refresh and refocus, both mentally and physically.

When you’re comfortable with The Calming Breath Part 1, you […]

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  • PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 2 PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 2

    PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 2

PODCAST: The Calming Breath Part 2

How to Get Started with Dr. Jan The Calming Breath has a profound effect on your physiology. It is a very effective anti-anxiety technique and an excellent preparation for meditation. Use this brief guided experience of The Calming Breath Part 2 to release stress and refocus your mind.

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