RAIN works in any situation and helps us reflect on an experience or situation in the present, while it is happening. But as with most mindfulness practices, we must have the awareness in the moment in order to utilize its benefits.Read More
Fear is bred best when ignored. That is neither healthy nor realistic. Instead, people must acknowledge their fears without delivering them to the imagination.
That seems easy enough with more tangible fears, such as a fear of spiders or a fear of balloons. But what about less tangible fears, such as fear of failure or fear of success? What can one do to limit the hold they have?
With embodied awareness, we not only heighten our awareness, rather, in staying true to our mindfulness practice, we move from a place of judgment into a space of discernment in which we live and act in alignment with our intuition.Read More
In light of recent events in Manchester as well as hearing about losses that friends have suffered over the last couple of weeks, I would like to offer you a few poses that you can practice in times of grief and sorrow.Read More
As with anything mindfulness, too, must be practiced consistently and persistently in order to see real change.Read More
While mindfulness is simply defined as the practice of presence, its essence is steeped in compassion, both for self and others.Read More
Never fear! This is a task that is free of goals or cookie-cutter results. It’s all about practicing. Nothing more. Don’t believe me? Let’s give it a go.Read More
In its essence, mindfulness refers to a process of tuning into the present moment. That reads easy enough, but once you start to work at it, you will find just how complex the ever evolving present moment is.Read More