Category: Meditation techniques

Mindfulness at work: try this 2-minute hourly meditation

If you’re rushed off your feet, then you need to meditate every hour. This is a very simple exercise which only takes two minutes and it will help to take you from the “fight or flight” mode to “rest and digest”.…

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Balanced approach is first step to being a better boss

There’s no doubt that having a clear mind can help you to respond more appropriately to situations in a much calmer and balanced way. It’s interesting to see that more and more senior managers are looking to meditation to help…

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Six steps to meditative calm

Here’s six steps to calm your mind and bring balance and present-mindedness to your day. These steps are courtesy of the Huffington Post, written by authors Ed and Deb Shapiro: Six Steps to Freedom 1. Create a daily practice, even if…

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How meditation can reduce stress

Stress. It’s a problem we all seem to share these days; no one seems to be immune from it so it’s always interesting to hear the experiences of others who seem to have overcome this ever-pervading emotion that can take…

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Practicing mindfulness – Diana Winston, TEDxSunsetPark

We came across the following video where Diana Winston, director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA MARC, presented at the TEDx Sunset Park in July this year. She provides a good overview of mindfulness, along with a five minute meditation taster…

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