Tag: mindfulness

Sports Performance – Stress, Exercise, and Concussions

Nick: Dr. Joseph Maroon is a neurosurgeon. I’m wondering why you’re out swimming 2.6 miles. You’re biking. You’re running. What are you thinking about? Are you in the present, now?… Read more »

Life with arthritis: Tom

I’m Tom Roberts I spent a long time as a secondary school teacher and I’ve been retired for quite a while now. Before I had arthritis. I used to be… Read more »

John Osborne: “Harnessing the Healing Power of Breath: Project Welcome Home Troops”

[? RUCHICA: ?] Hi everyone. Welcome to the [? G Pause ?] Talk today. I am very glad to present and welcome John Osborne, who is the National Director of… Read more »

Practicing in a Stressful Environment | Dharma Talk by Thich Nhat Hanh, 2004.02.08

[bell] [bell] [bell] Good morning, dear Sangha, today is February the 8th, 2004, and we are in the Deer Park Monastery during our Winter Retreat. Our Bell Master today is… Read more »

Breaking free from anxiety | Mel Schwartz | TEDxBeaconStreet

Translator: Judy Klass Reviewer: Tanya Cushman In any given year, 40 million Americans will suffer from debilitating anxiety. Over the course of your lifetime, there’s a one out of four… Read more »

Free Meditation App. Use Mindfulness to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

say hello to Welzen the mindfulness meditation app to help you with your everyday life mindfulness as a simple secular and scientifically proven practice that will help you reduce stress… Read more »

Wildwood Theatre – We are storytellers.

I’ve suffered the negative outcomes of perfectionism and shame. No one should feel shame. Because it eats away at you. Causes anxiety, depression, and all kinds of anguish. Everyone should… Read more »

Minding Your Stress is One Step to Age Well

When you perceive a sudden danger, stress is good. Clenched muscles, rapid breathing, and faster heartbeat. These help you fight or flee from the danger. This acute stress begins and… Read more »