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Angela Caruso-Yahne in the woods

A Veteran’s Path to Connection, Meaning and Compassion through Mindfulness

Veteran and contemplative teacher Angela Caruso-Yahne shares their path towards connection, meaning and compassion through mindfulness
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Mindfulness and Emotional Balance

Pam Hausner explores how mindfulness can give us the emotional balance we need to be resilient amidst the stress and challenges of life.

The Perfection of Gratitude and Joy

Tatiana Padron explores how gratitude and joy, cultivated through mindfulness, can help us let go of perfectionism so that we can live more authentically

Mindfulness of Social Anxiety

Mindfulness can help us reduce social anxiety and increase interpersonal trust so that we can cultivate more intimate connections, even across difference, toward a more compassionate world.

The Mindfulness Spiral

When we are operating on autopilot, we are vulnerable to being caught up in a self-perpetuating downward spiral of reactivity that, for some people, can lead to depression and anxiety. Training in mindfulness can help disrupt this painful pattern. A self-perpetuating upward spiral gains momentum, cultivating greater equanimity and wellbeing.

Obstacles to Mindfulness

Although the practice of mindfulness is simple in concept, it can be challenging in execution due to a number of habits and human tendencies that can create obstacles for us.

Ashtanga Yoga for Mental Health

Ashtanga Yoga may be a particularly helpful complimentary approach to managing addictions, depression and anxiety, enhancing the benefits of psychotherapy and / or psychopharmacology.