Mind Your Life: How Mindfulness Can Build Resilience and Reveal Your Extraordinary
The benefits of mindfulness are clear: improved attention, reduced stress, enhanced well-being, empathy and resilience.
This rich yet pragmatic book shows you how to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life, customizing a path to suite your style and schedule.
Learn how to pay deep attention to the full range of moment-by-moment sensory experiences—anywhere, anytime, from the boardroom to the subway to the dinner table.
Purchase Mind Your Life by Meg Salter
What is Mindfulness?
How do you develop mindfulness? Watch this video excerpt from a virtual training program.
Unified Mindfulness Facebook Live Video: Guided mindfulness tour of the body with opportunities for anchoring, rest or insight. April, 2020
Unified Mindfulness Facebook Live Video – April 7, 2020. Learn how to access naturally occurring rest in body and mind.
Crossing the Threshold – Excerpt from a Dharma talk, November 18, 2020. How Unified Mindfulness methods support transformation, mapping onto each phase of Otto Scharmer’s model of personal change.
Love, Mercy and the Intermediate Zone – Excerpt from a Dharma Talk November 19, 2020. “What does compassion mean in a world where everything feeds everything else?”
Meg’s Interview on The What If Project – Podcast. August 17, 2020.
Deep Listening; a guided meditation to develop calm and the skills that enable active listening
Mindfulness and positive change; It’s not just about following your breath. Podcast with Positive Strategist Robyn Stratton-Berkessel.
Re-wiring your brain for success; podcast with Lydia Sani of Redwood Performance Group
Mindfulness discussion; podcast with Wendy Shinyo Haylett of Everyday Buddhism
Print Resources (Downloadable pdfs)
Suit Yourself: an integral guide to customizing your mindfulness practice to work for you
Four Perspectives on Emotional Intelligence; a short assessment of this key leadership capability