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Getting Started with Mindfulness Meditation

Are you looking to reduce stress and anxiety or developing greater personal awareness? If so, you may be interested in practicing mindfulness mediation. The focus of mindfulness is to be aware of the present moment, free from judgment and overthinking. Mastering mindfulness can take practice, but once you start, you may begin to notice benefits immediately. Benefits of […]

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Practicing mindfulness can help with everyday stress

To practice mindfulness, you must pay attention. It might sound simple, but in our fast-paced society, being engaged in the present moment, on purpose and nonjudgmentally, can be a challenge. Dr. Timothy Riley, assistant professor and associate vice chair for wellness in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State Health, said when we focus on […]

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Practicing mindfulness can help with everyday stress

To practice mindfulness, you must pay attention. It might sound simple, but in our fast-paced society, being engaged in the present moment, on purpose and non-judgmentally, can be a challenge. Dr. Timothy Riley, assistant professor and associate vice chair for wellness in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State Health, said when we focus on […]

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Stressed Out by Daily Life? Mindfulness Can Help!

We all experience stress. Stress can be helpful in situations like recitals or job interviews by helping us perform better and stay focused. But, too often we are stressed in ways that hurt our overall well-being. In ancient times, people needed to respond to animal predators and other stressful physical situations. Sensing danger, their bodies […]

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10 Tips For Getting Started With Mindfulness In The Classroom

While the scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Investigating Healthy Minds (CIHM) at the Waisman Center aren’t yet ready to issue evidence-based mindfulness curriculum practices, Flook and CIHM outreach specialists Lisa Thomas Prince and Lori Gustafson offer the following tips for families wishing to engage in mindfulness practices for a more positive classroom atmosphere. […]

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