Tag: resilience

Natural stress relief: bring the dock on home

Stress relief on the dock

“What’s the point of meditating anyway? I feel like I know my own mind and how to quiet it. I know how to do my own stress relief.” I was on a week’s meditation retreat recently and guiding a friend in

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Finding Time for What’s Important

From 5:30 – 800 PM she doesn’t take calls. Catherine McKenna – Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change – builds family and personal resilience by creating boundaries that protect her family life from her big job. As reported, for several hours

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Impeccable Commitments in Uncertain Times

How do you make a commitment  that has staying power when  you know that your promises are subject to the risks of change and uncertainties? We all respond differently when faced with many requests for our time and actions.  One of

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The Power of Gone; with Mindfulness your New Best Friend

  What happens when you think of the word “gone”?  A sense of sorrow and loss – gone forever, gone away? A psychological thriller – Gone Girl? Pleasure and escape – gone fishing? The word gone carries a certain negative

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To Change Your Habits, Find the Gap Between No and Yes

When we are faced with change or choice, we often rely on our regular habits in making a decision. A good friend of mine was recently offered an opportunity to partner on a project with someone who had been a trusted mentor to

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