We can use Valentines Day to contemplate our own experience of love, and to talk about what love means with our students.
The start of the calendar year is a good time to return to the basics of mindfulness practice and ensure that we have a solid foundation.
Learning from our actions is how we develop wisdom. The more willing we are to look honestly at our life, the more opportunity we have to grow.
This is a brief exercise that puts a spin on mindful breathing, while building awareness and closeness (literally) between you and your child.
Noticing that which we appreciate uplifts the heart, strengthens resilience, and brings contentment.
Listen to a guided meditation for back-to-school, and read reflections on using mindfulness to start the school year off with clarity, purpose, and care.
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.
On 60 Minutes, Tristan Harris shows his phone to Anderson Cooper. “This is one way to hijack people’s minds.” How does mindfulness fit into this reality?
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.