We have recently updated our topics page with a few new resources. Please check out the following:
(1) Finding Meaning with Meditation (in our Mindfulness and Meaning Page)
(2) How Love Turns Pain into Purpose (in our Difficult Emotions Page)
(3) Dan Siegel on Child Attachment (in our Parenting Page)
(4) How your Attachment Style Impacts your Relationship (in our Relationships Page)
Greetings again! We are thoroughly enjoyed that so many people have enjoyed our meditations playlist. Recently, we’ve updated our SoundCloud and organized the meditations. The recordings are divided into 4 categories: Dealing with Difficulties, Relaxation, Motivation, and Attention. Depending on what your needs are, you may find yourself choosing a recording that best fits your current situation. Enjoy!
Mind Body Matters has a Soundcloud account and has posted a few meditation practices that are free and available to the public. Please enjoy and we welcome you to share them with others. To access more recordings, please click on the playlist below and it will take you to our Soundcloud account.
“Meditation can help us embrace our worries, our fear, our anger; and that is very healing. We let our own natural capacity of healing do the work.”
– Thich Nhat Hanh
This is an open-course and directory of mindfulness and meditation resources. Provide in this course are articles, videos, and guided practices relating to various topics. Often times, our life experiences will have varying circumstances and not all solutions apply in the same situation. Through this directory, it is our hope to offer material that the user will find both interesting and helpful for their daily lives.
What is Mindfulness?
This article provides a base definition of what mindfulness is, the science behind it, ways that mindfulness benefits us, and some examples of practices used.
Introduction the Mindfulness by Jon Kabat-Zinn
How to Focus a Wandering Mind
During a meditation session, you may find that your mind is frequently wandering from thought to thought, restless and tense. Here is an article that provides suggestions on how to focus your mind.