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This ONLY works if it's repeated. Every time you think or declare out loud a judgment against yourself or someone else, try
Headspace -- to recharge after a busy day After a busy day full of projects, people and to-do lists, Headspace helps me focus
Just as in sports, where you warm up before actually playing, it's a really good idea to "warm up" before sitting down to work on your college essays. By gradually preparing your mind and body for the more vigorous activity ahead, you'll put yourself in the right space to maximize the quality of your essay-writing session. So here are some tips on how you can create a good writing warm-up for yourself.
The founder of the meditation app Headspace shares what mindfulness is really all about.
But it's not about perfection, and that's one of the most important things I've learned so far on this meditation journey. Here are five more lessons I've learned along the way.
Guard your time like it's the most precious resource you have. (Hint: it is!) Start each day with clarity about the most important things you need to accomplish and then schedule time in your calendar to do them.
Your smartphone is a distraction machine. But it can also help you embrace a more mindful life. Go figure.
When we sit to meditate and close our eyes we see that the mind is so much bigger than this body. True self-esteem is found in that expansive space, a gentle, quiet confidence that is ever-present.
Naturally, when we hear the word "meditation," the mind may well cringe at the idea of sitting cross legged on the floor