Mind

As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
Meet Pepper. She's six months old and loves to chew. On everything. Shoes, power cords, furniture, toes--you name it, Pepper
There is traffic. I can watch my mind grumble and let it go. Living in the moment I have time to listen to my favorite music
If we can simply sit everyday for five minutes and gradually increase our practice by one or two minutes each month, we will see our perspectives on life change for the better. Deep intentional breathing and focusing on how we're feeling are simple ways to start a regular practice.
Your brain is like the field and your thoughts are like the truck. If you want to change the direction your thoughts naturally
As the 4th Centenary of Shakespeare's death draws to a close I'm wondering whether humanity has really changed over the past 400 years? Is there now more happiness, fulfilment and peace on our planet? If there is, it's hard to see.
If you've never tried to meditate, don't worry. It's incredibly simple to start:
Navigating childhood challenges can be stressful, and sometimes deep breathing isn’t the solution that works for your child
No matter which candidate you support, just a few weeks before the election, you are probably worried and concerned about
You don't need to be a star athlete to experience choking. It can happen to any of us at key moments. A student who fails even though she was prepared for a test, an entrepreneur who freezes while presenting to potential investors, a well-qualified applicant who blows a key interview.
By Erinbell Fanore It is not my body that is heavy, but my relationship to it. As a yoga teacher, I am embarrassed to confess
In summary, the passion and persistence of grit motivates and carries us over rough seas like a well-made surfboard. We can think of an absence of effort like a crack in our surfboard that needs repair.
Everyone reacts differently to stressful events, but new research, published last week in the Journal of Gerontology: Psychological
Neuroscientists, like myself, are asking questions about the essential characteristics of consciousness, and the extent to which it is dependent on activity in the brain.
Just as the healthy mind must steer between rigidity and chaos, so the healthy society must steer between the banks of anarchy