One of my favorite parts of mindfulness is curiosity. Curiosity flows from letting go of all judgment. It allows for a positive flow of energy.
Our June newsletter includes reflections from our founder and CEO, Fiona Jensen, exciting updates on grants and fundraising, program updates, and featured upcoming events.
Our emotions and feelings don’t just live in our minds. They also manifest as sensation in the body. As we bring a gentle awareness to the sensations, we can unlock the potential of nourishing ourselves into a healthy lifestyle.
We, as an organization, believe in equality and social justice and stand squarely behind all BIPOC in what is going on in this nation and across the world. It is so important to stand together.
Now that you may be beginning your third week of practice, what are you noticing as you practice with the anchors and thoughts? Some things may be arising, possibly in the form of emotions. So let’s move onto step 3 in working with your practice of mindful awareness.
On March 13th we moved into our new, large office space with excitement for what the future held for Calmer Choice and the programming department. Our time was before us to finally be able to offer our community programs in our own beautiful space. Then life seemingly stopped as schools, businesses, and families shut down.
In part 2 of this series, we discuss how to deepen your mindful awareness practice by noticing your thoughts as they arise.
In this post, we want to bring you a short “tutorial” on one way to bring mindful awareness to your life in the form of a formal practice.
In the second part of this series on grieving during COVID-19, we share a four-part "grief toolkit" that has helped us through grief and difficult periods.
In this two-part series, we explore the causes of grief, how grief presents differently for different people, and constructive ways to approach your own grief.