Tag Archives: mindfulness

These 7 mantras will help you not take things personally

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Sometimes I allow minor interactions with people to bring me down.

Why?

Because I feel they didn’t treat me the way I should be treated.

But then I remember how other people treat me has absolutely no importance in the long run and I alone control my response.

Check out the post below from hackspirit.com for more inspiration.

Health Tips: eating mindfully

Thanks to Eric at Make It Ultra!

Written by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate Founder of: MakeItUltra™ “Mindful eating means simply eating or drinking while being aware of each bite or sip.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh In our fast paced society and ever present need to multi-task, many of us have forgotten the joys of eating. I personally know what it’s like to be so […]

via Simple Steps for Eating Mindfully — MakeItUltra™

Buddhist monk offers five steps to mindfulness

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Sharing a most helpful article from Mindful.org on how to cultivate mindfulness.

Well-known Buddhist teacher and author, Thich Nhat Hanh,  offers a simple, but profound, guide to becoming more mindful. (See link below.)

Let me know what you think 🙂

“Mindfulness is the energy that helps us recognize the conditions of happiness that are already present in our lives. You don’t have to wait ten years to experience this happiness. It is present in every moment of your daily life.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

Source: Five Steps to Mindfulness – Mindful

Mindfulness expert shares his 3-second secret that will fill your life with joy

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We’re all looking for ways to be truly happy, right?

I enjoyed an article while sipping coffee this morning and I found the advice most helpful.

Of course I had to share the tips with my friends.

Jenn Savedge at Mother Nature Network writes about a simple technique that can enhance your well-being (see link below).

Let me know what you think 🙂

“Google’s former happiness expert Chade-Meng Tan encourages us to notice ‘thin slices of joy’ all day long.” – Jenn Savedge

“Noticing sounds trivial, but it is an important meditative practice in its own right,” Tan writes. “Noticing is the prerequisite of seeing. What we do not notice, we cannot see.” – Chade-Meng Tan

Source: This 3-second secret will fill your life with joy | MNN – Mother Nature Network