I thought I would take a moment to introduce one of my favorite approaches into building better self-awareness, both for myself (I have been using this technique since I was introduced to in back in 2004) as well as in session with those I work with. What is fantastic about this tool is the ability... Continue Reading →
What is the main job of the mind? I ask this question a lot since it is typically one of the main attributes which needs to be addressed in working with others (and myself) in that we often get stuck in our thoughts because of our minds primary job. Think about those times when you... Continue Reading →
This article is about moving beyond some of the simple mindfulness techniques as well as adding something novel to your practice to energize your practice.
While it's true that if you can consistently practice anything, and dedicate time to it, it becomes a stronger skill and mindfulness is no exception. However, mindfulness, unlike the gym, doesn’t require extra time, just adding the concept onto whatever it is that you are already doing. The following are examples of little ways you can add mindfulness to your day and before you know it, you too can reap the benefits of such a practice.