In a recent small group conversation, someone asked, "What do you mean when you say you 'feel grounded?'" The question took me by surprise, and I realized that I take for granted that the idea of "feeling grounded" is common knowledge. A Dictionary.com definition that resonates for me is "sensible...
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This guest post is by Kate Sciandra, author of the recently published book, The Mindfulness Habit. Kate discusses the benefits of kinhin, zen walking meditation. Have you explored walking meditation? What's your experience?
Founding Executive Director of the Center for Mindfulness, Jon Kabat-Zinn, outlines 9 attitudes of mindfulness that we can carry through our daily lives.
Paying attention—or, in other words, practicing mindfulness—allows me to notice the cues my body uses to help communicate with my decision-making mind. In this post, I share a quick exercise that can help you learn to recognize what your body has to say.
This post on using a Word-of-the-Year as a mindfulness anchor kicks of 2015's Season of Mindfulness here at Learn + Explore + Share. As always, you're invited to share your reflections in the blog comments or at the facebook group!