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What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. When you're mindful, you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience.

Live in the Moment

A Surprising Way to Cultivate Contentment Learn how to rearrange your priorities and live in the present. By Barbara Markway Ph.D. 5 Steps to a Clearer Mind Believe it or not, at least a third of your worries should get trashed. By Jim Stone Ph.D. The Art of Now: Six Steps to Living in the Moment How to to pay attention to the present. By Jay Dixit Back to the Present: How to Live in the Moment How to get mindful now. By Jay Dixit Power promotes authenticity and consistency in the self. By Michael W Kraus Ph.D. 5 Meditation Tips for Beginners Tips to make beginning meditation easier By Alice Boyes Ph.D.

Mindful Eating

You Are (As Smart As) What You Eat Intelligent Food By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic Ph.D. Mindful Eating, or Mindlessly Eating Better? Why mindful eating needs to go beyond "listen to your body." By Kelly McGonigal Ph.D. The Pistachio Effect How shelled nuts can help you slow down. By Susan Albers Psy.D. Foods for the Soul Find out which healthy foods nourish and energize your mind, body, and soul. So You Think You're Eating Mindfully Mindful eating is a trendy term. But ARE you eating mindfully—really? By Carolyn C. Ross M.D., M.P.H.

A Mindful Life

The Pursuit of Happiness The surest ways to find well-being. By Carlin Flora Mastering Your Own Mind Become a high-performance user of your own brain By Katherine Ellison Breathe Away Pain Mindfulness meditation can help chronic pain sufferers. By Ferris Jabr How Mindlessness Can Make Us More Mindful Nail-biting and other mindless habits can be unexpected assets. By Karen Kissel Wegela Ph.D. Nine Essential Qualities of Mindfulness Learn how to say "yes" to the present moment. By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D. The Art of Now: Six Steps to Living in the Moment How to to pay attention to the present. By Jay Dixit

Recent Posts on Mindfulness

How to Meditate (Even If You Can’t Sit Still For A Minute) By Erin Olivo Ph.D. on February 26, 2016 Wise Mind Living If you get fidgety just thinking about meditating, this practice is exactly what you need. Man Plans, and God Laughs" By Saul Levine M.D. on February 26, 2016 Our Emotional Footprint Life is full of uncertainty: Despite our best efforts to plan, we are at the mercy of Mother Nature and Father Fate. How we handle success and failure are measures of our worth.
Raising Compassionate Kids By Gail F. Melson Ph.D. Why the Wild Thing Are What to reduce stress and find inner peace? What's the nitty-gritty on mindfulness when it comes to parenting young children? Recent research yields useful tips.
How Letting Go of Control Can Welcome Happiness In By Susanna M. Halonen MAPP on February 25, 2016 The Path to Passionate Happiness Happiness is knocking on your door. It will come in if you relax and let go of your control. Watch this video to understand how.
Quality of Life By Graham Collier on February 24, 2016 The Consciousness Question The inward and outward adventuring of human consciousness
The Positive Psychology Movie Awards of 2015 By Ryan M. Niemiec Psy.D. on February 24, 2016 What Matters Most? Curious about the best movie depicting mindfulness? Positive emotions? Resilience? Strength use? Now in its 7th year, I bring to you the positive psychology movie awards.
Addiction and Mindfulness By Mark D. Griffiths Ph.D. on February 24, 2016 In Excess Mindfulness has increasingly been used in the treatment of a wide range of psychological disorders. But what is the evidence that they can help in treating behavioral addiction?
What I Learned About Anxiety by Giving a Talk on Anxiety By Steven C. Hayes Ph.D. on February 23, 2016 Get Out of Your Mind 34 years ago, I screamed as I hit bottom inside my struggle with panic. By giving a talk on that experience, I learned three things that speak to the nature of anxiety and panic.
Fighting Addiction with a Mindful Approach By The Resilience Regiment on February 23, 2016 Voices in Recovery The Resilience Regiment speaks with The Kiloby Center for Recovery 8 Ways to Make "Special Time" With Kids Even More Meaningful By Erin Leyba LCSW, Ph.D. on February 22, 2016 Joyful Parenting
These 8 ideas will help you sneak in one-on-one time with your children and make it even more memorable, special, and fun.
Be a Leader By Further Developing Leadership Skills By Hendrie Weisinger Ph.D. on February 21, 2016 Thicken Your Skin Leaders thrive on change, do you?
Words to Live By — or Die From By Galen Guengerich Ph.D. on February 20, 2016 The Search for Meaning Encouraged by the success of Google Flu Trends, researchers wondered whether they could use similar strategies to chart psychological health in America. The answer is yes.
What Can Man's Best Friend Teach Us About Letting Things Go? By Gregg McBride on February 20, 2016 The Weight-ing Game Next time a stressful situation is playing on an endless loop in your mind, try giving yourself this simple dog command to see if it might help bring back some perspective.
"Blues in the Night" By Saul Levine M.D. on February 19, 2016 Our Emotional Footprint Who has not felt utterly sad at some points in their lives? We all go through these feelings, sometimes due to serious challenges, or existential angst, or a clinical depression.
Being Positive: It’s Not Mindfulness, It’s Savoring By Ryan M. Niemiec Psy.D. on February 19, 2016 What Matters Most? Mindfulness and savoring are different concepts. Understand this important distinction between the two. Synchronized Brain Activity and Superfluidity Are Symbiotic By Christopher Bergland on February 19, 2016 The Athlete's Way A new study has pinpointed how synchronized brain waves coordinate the function of various brain regions. The synchronization of various brain waves is the key to peak performance.
Mindfulness and Self-Destructive Behavior, Part II By Peggilee Wupperman Ph.D. on February 15, 2016 Beyond Self-Destructive Behavior Overcoming self-destructive behavior can feel overwhelming and painful. You deserve to understand how methods aimed at stopping the behavior actually work.
Alex Lickerman on The Undefeated Mind By Eric R. Maisel Ph.D. on February 14, 2016 Rethinking Mental Health the future of mental health interview series continues with Alex Lickerman on The Undefeated Mind Living—and Sleeping—Mindfully By Michael J Breus Ph.D. Sleep Newzzz The power of mindfulness to improve sleep and treat sleep disorders is an exciting and important area of scientific inquiry with significant real-world implications. The Secret to Stopping the Teen 'Tude By Shonda Moralis MSW, LCSW on February 12, 2016 Breathe, Mama, Breathe It's not so much about ridding ourselves of the universal teen 'tude as it is about staying in control of ours when faced with it.
Setting Your Money “Normal” By Michael F. Kay on February 11, 2016 Financial Life Focus When it comes to money, you have "normal" habits. But that doesn't make them effective, efficient or even appropriate.
Combining Aerobic Exercise and Meditation Reduces Depression By Christopher Bergland The Athlete's Way A new study reports that the combination of doing focused meditation and aerobic exercise back-to-back reduces depression, rumination, and overwhelming negative thoughts.
Spontaneous Remission: Fact or Fiction? By Judy Carter on February 10, 2016 Stress Is a Laughing Matter Can the mind heal an incurable, fatal medical illness?
What Einstein Knew About Parenting By Erin Leyba LCSW, Ph.D. on February 08, 2016 Joyful Parenting Thanks, Einstein, for the theory of relativity and this other stuff too. Why CEOs Need to Embrace Mindfulness By Ray Williams on February 08, 2016 Wired for Success “It's lonely at the top" appears to be truer than ever, & that has serious implications for the performance & well-being of CEOs. Mindfulness practices can be a powerful strategy.