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by  Charles A. Francis

Loneliness is a widespread problem in Western society, especially among older adults, which doesn’t seem to get enough attention. As adults grow older, there is a tendency for them to become more isolated from their families and society in general...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Young people need mindfulness. Older adults need mindfulness. For gosh sake, all ages need mindfulness! This article speaks specifically to the healing of isolation which is an issue among the older population in the States. This article also features the studies done at Carnegie Mellon University via J. David Creswell which we have also highlighted separately on the meditation page.

 

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Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: The best line in this video, "To open your eyes, you simply have to close them."
 

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by Tara Hornich-Lisciandro

Standardized tests, course exams, homework, after-school sports and activities, part-time jobs—many of our students live very busy and pressure-packed lives. As educators, we teach them how to better organize all of the “stuff” in their lives, but we rarely teach our students how to organize their thoughts and soothe their anxieties. Often, the stress of their daily lives accumulates until a “worry ball” forms...

 

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: This article is written specifically to educators. But, aren't we all. Give it a read...

 

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by Thich Nhat Hanh

Children can practice sitting meditation together in a circle. You bring your pebbles in, and after having breathed in and out with the bell, you pick out four pebbles, and you put them on your left. One of you will be the leader of sitting meditation. You invite the bell one time for people to breathe in and out, allow themselves the time to breathe in and out three times. And after having practiced three sounds of the bell, you begin your pebble meditation. I would like you to draw four things for me.

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: For kids...

 

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Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Dr. Siegel uses the term "brain hygiene". Cool term. Watch on.

 

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by Erica Boucher

At least, this is what OSHO used to say. OSHO was an Indian-born teacher and leader on meditation and spirituality. He understood that our emotions and our creativity are closely linked together...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: For me...  meditation helps me access my creative powers and gives me an outlet for my emotional energies that need a place to flow. What is your outlet? For creativity? For emotional release?

 

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Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Ok, get ready. Not what I expected but that's what I enjoyed about it. Now, lighten up and humor up. Note - even though we have a puppet here... this is not something for kids (even though my daughter would find the beginning quite hilarious).

 

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by Bill George

The movement to develop mindful leaders in business is at a tipping point, as interest from corporations, educational institutions and the media continues to grow...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Further down in the article, Bill talks about his own meditation practice which he does twice per day for 20 minutes... "This has been the single best thing to improve my effectiveness and sense of well-being. Meditation enables me to forget less important events and focus with clarity on significant issues. My most creative ideas come out of meditation. In addition, meditation increases my energy level and enables me to be more compassionate toward others." Yep.

 

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