For those engaged in teaching children and youth, finding ways to nourish ourselves is essential. Joy is one essential component we can learn to draw on.
How do we understand the role of mindfulness in the emotional life of our students, especially for those needing more of a sense of autonomy and agency.
As great forces of change and swells of protest sweep through the USA, we share some reflections on the role of mindfulness during challenging times.
One of the first things we teach kids is mindful listening. Yet this activity is more than a beginning exercise – it's at the core of mindfulness practice.
Many across the nation and beyond have been deeply affected by our most recent election here in the U.S. What can mindfulness teach us about responding?
When we walk with full awareness, our locomotion can soothe our hearts and train our minds to dwell more completely in the present.
Developing a natural ease in mindfulness practice helps us shift from viewing it as a special, separate activity to a foundation for the rest of our lives.
How can we protect mindfulness from becoming subsumed by the culture of doing, and use it to counter the effects of "high volume doing?"
Mourning the tragic loss of life in the killings of the last week in the U.S., how do we practice with painful emotions in relation these events?