Six Mindful Strategies to Recover from the Shock of Loss

Today many of us are dealing with devastating losses in our lives from natural disasters, to losing our homes, jobs and relationships. After the initial shock of any type of trauma there are of course the various stages of grief that everyone goes through such as denial, rationalization, anger and acceptance. For those who are Read more »

How to Mindfully Resolve a Disagreement

Scientists at the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research at Ohio State discovered after more than two decades of research how stress including arguments can alter the levels of certain hormones in the blood that can weaken one’s immune system and increasing their vulnerability to disease. This was especially true for women as men often “tune Read more »

How to Mindfully Improve Your Leadership Skills

Everyone can benefit from being a mindful leader, a mindful manager, a mindful assistant, even a mindful parent, wife or husband as it applies to one’s personal and business lives.  My work as a transformational coach teaches individuals and those at all levels in the corporate and organizational culture how to become mindful leaders in Read more »

Expressing Mindful Love Through Service

Last month I discovered an obscure holiday called Random Acts of Kindness Week that starts around February 14th. Now this seems appropriate since St. Valentine’s Day is supposedly based on the martyred saints who around 200 AD performed marriages for soldiers ordered by the Roman Emperor to remain single. Their acts weren’t necessarily random but Read more »

4 Ways Mindfulness Meditation can Enhance Your Yoga Practice

The practice of yoga involves a natural understanding of the daily applications of mindfulness meditation. They are wonderful complementary practices that go hand-in-hand to assist our minds and bodies to become highly focused and merge into the peak state of oneness. By practicing both mindfulness meditation and yoga asanas we prepare ourselves to become conduits Read more »