Mindfulness Resources

Mindfulness Articles
Life Lessons, by a 90-year-old woman
How to Live Wisely
Bach in the DC Subway
Nothing Twice 2
Poem – To be of Use by Marge Piercy
The Bridge Builder
Regrets of the Dying
Brene Brown Wants You To Wallow In Your Failure
Choose To Be Grateful. It Will Make You Happier.
The Cult of Productivity Is Preventing You From Being Productive
Fuel Happiness
Brothers Who Cofounded $100 Million Dollar Company Say This Question Their Mom Asked Every Night At Dinner Is What Inspired Their Business
17 Brene Brown Quotes to Inspire You to Success and Happiness
Mindfulness Resources for Classroom
Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones
Happy Teachers Practice Self Care
How to practice mindful working
The Skeptic’s Guide to Meditation
A Positive Outlook May Be Good For Your Health
What changes when a school embraces mindfulness?
The Biology of Positive Habits: Your brain may be hard-wired to focus on the negative, but (with practice) you can rewire it
How to be more mindful at work

How to be kinder to yourself

A big burley samurai comes to the wise man and says, “tell me the nature of heaven and hell.” And the wise man looks at him in the face and says: “Why should I tell a scruffy,disgusting, miserable slob like you?” The samurai starts to get purple in the face, his hair starts to stand up, but the wise man won’t stop, he keeps saying, “a miserable worm like you, do you think I should tell you anything?” Consumed by rage, the samurai draws his sword, and he’s just about to cut off the head of the wise man. Then the wise mAn says, “that’s hell.” The samurai who is in fact a sensitive person, instantly gets it, that he just created his own hell; he was in deep hell. It was black and hot, filled with hatred, self-protection, anger, and resentment. Tears filled his eyes and he starts to cry and he puts his palms together and the wise man says, “that’s heaven.” -Buddhist story.

Moby – Meditation Music

Life is Right Now: Jon Kabat-Zinn on Mindfulness

1st Planting Seeds: The Power of Mindfulness

Brene Brown on Vulnerability Ted Talk

Brene Brown on Blame

The Power of the Mindful Minute at Work

A film by Greater Good Science Center.Video from KarmaTube

How to Age Gracefully

Kelly McGonigal: How to Make Stress Your Friend, Ted Talk

Thailand Commercial: Disconnect to Connect

Steiner Skipsnes – Now This




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