When we’re “up in our head,” we are navigating the world with only part of ourselves—losing track of the body and of the present moment. Willa Blythe Baker explores the emerging science of embodiment and offers four lessons that arise when we tune in to the intelligence of our body. The post The Science of […]
How Mindfulness Can Help Us Feel Better More Often
The science of neuroplasticity tells us that what we practice grows. Qualities like self-compassion, non-judgmental awareness, and equanimity are pillars of mindfulness that we can nourish with regular practice. The post How Mindfulness Can Help Us Feel Better More Often appeared first on Mindful.
C.H.O.I.C.E. is at the Heart of Teaching Trauma-Informed Mindfulness
Use this easy-to-remember acronym as a starting point for creating trauma-aware spaces and sessions when teaching mindfulness. The post <strong>C.H.O.I.C.E. is at the Heart of Teaching Trauma-Informed Mindfulness</strong> appeared first on Mindful.