Mindfulness Post~Psychology Today
If you are interested in reading a great post about attitudes towards a mindfulness meditation practice please give this a read goo.gl/wF496D. In it Seth talks about negative attitudes towards mindfulness meditation, and the truth about practicing and what it can mean to practitioners and those who may misunderstand its benefits. He also gives a great shout out to "Learning to Drive into the Now:PRND". "Those of us who are proponents of mindfulness might take care to let go o
Driving Meditation...For Real?
First of all, let me address your concerns—this is not a post about getting behind the wheel, closing your eyes, relaxing, and blissing out on the road. That would be suicide. It is however a short post about the practice of mindfulness while driving and developing a meditation practice which can serve you everyday and at anytime. This is a "mindfulness" practice. That means being fully in the here and now with complete awareness as you experience the dynamic moment. It means
The Laboratory of the Mind
A laboratory is traditionally a place to experiment, research, and otherwise explore different things. So where do we go to experiment on, research and explore ourselves? Well, we need only find a place where we feel comfortable enough to take a step back and watch how our minds work. For me this place is my car. Since I drive several times a day and am usually alone, it is a perfect opportunity to use the experience of driving in my car as my laboratory. Usually my mind wand