In this podcast, Patricia Rockman, director of education and clinical services for the Center for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto, and Mindful columnist Elaine Smookler, both cancer survivors, talk about how mindfulness factors into the cancer experience. Full transcript here: https://www.mindful.org/how-to-show-up-when-you-have-cancer/
Your mind is built to crave. We can respond to cravings in two ways: sate them, or notice our triggers and work with them. This guided meditation helps us build awareness around how cravings surface in mind and body so we can break free from unhealthy habits. Recorded live at the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Massachusetts Medical School with Judson Brewer.
"Yes" is the ultimate parenting tool, argues Dan Siegel in his new book with co-author Tina Bryson, "The Yes Brain," because it teaches kids discipline without shutting them down, which encourages them to explore and be more resilient when faced with difficult emotions or mistakes.
Point of View Podcast Episode 6: A conversation with Patricia Rockman, director of education and clinical services for the Center for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto. In this podcast: **What is Inquiry **The hype surrounding mindfulness today **Who should and shouldn’t use mindfulness-based interventions **Why mindfulness teachers need to take some kind of Hippocratic Oath **The difference between your discerning mind and your judgmental mind **Training our attention to be open and receptive
A practice for teaching preschool children the basics of mindfulness by drawing on the elements of nature. (This exercise is based on the SoBe Mindful method, a set of practices developed by Scott Rogers.)