Here are some apps that people from around the MindSpace community have found helpful for their Mindfulness practices. 1) Insight Timer: You can see who […]
Eureka! Mindfulness improves insight problem solving. When was the last time you had a eureka! or an aha! moment? When after struggling to find a […]
I was already in the habit of meditating most mornings and writing down what went well most nights, but would skip them when I was […]
There is a growing number of doctors in Montreal who practice Mindfulness to help them care for their patients – and for themselves. Jay Reid wrote an interesting piece, featuring Dr. Flanders, that appeared in the Montreal Gazette on Thursday, April 19th, 2012.
In our homes we have rooms designated for sleeping, eating, bathing, watching T.V. What if we created a corner of a room or even an entire room itself just for “being”. A non-punishment “time-out” space, where any family member could go on their own to regain peace of mind. A safe place with a door.
I was invited to join a group of friends, family, and colleagues in designing and implementing a “30-day challenge.” The point is to take something […]
What’s the take-home message? Cognitive Behaviour Therapy provides tools to modify thoughts and behaviours, which in turn diminishes anxiety and and lifts mood.
My Mindfulness practice stumbled a bit over the holidays. And after slumbering through the first week of the new year, I am finally ready to apply myself to re-invigorating my meditation practice. Over the course of the 21 days, I’ll be sitting every day and occasionally sharing some reflections on the experience on this blog, facebook, and twitter. Feel free to join in.