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by Jake Kessler I have meditated for over half my life (I know, I know, not particularly impressive at 33…). It did not always look like ..read more
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by Joanna Mechlinski Until fairly recently, I had never heard of mindfulness. But I soon realized that I’d been doing it for years ..read more
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by Chloe Bennet You might wonder how being mindful changes anything really. This is the first thing people ask me when I tell them about my ..read more
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by Rachel Barr Some of us might use mindfulness to cope with the pressures of parenting and our busy lives but what if mindfulness practice ..read more
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by Ellie Batchiyska Last week, as I was sitting for my daily guided meditation, the narrator instructed me to pay attention to the sounds ..read more
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by Alexandra Ratcliffe Let me be clear: I am not recommending cataract surgery unless you have a cataract that needs to be removed, but I ..read more
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by Lakshmi Jagad Our mind is a stimulation junkie. When it comes to eating, it races faster than the tongue can taste and the teeth can ..read more
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by Alexandra Ratcliffe   Have you ever been walking gently on a treadmill when you hit a button by mistake and you stopped suddenly with a ..read more
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by Liam McClintock By most traditional American measures of success I was doing well. Except for one: I wasn’t happy. After graduating ..read more
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by Desire Klingensmith For anyone who’s experienced grief, the pain of waking is familiar. Of course, it’s not actually waking up that ..read more

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