Creating Meaningful Mindful Resolutions

2012  Resolutions

Developing Mindful Leaders – Polly LaBarre – Harvard Business Review


Consciousness is basically undifferentiating, non-discriminating. Its purpose is merely to register that contact has occurred in mind or body.

Perception, however, is discriminative. It draws on the store of past experiences in order to evaluate and categorise any new phenomenon.

The past reactions become the points of reference by which we seek to understand a new experience; we JUDGE & classify it in accordance with our past mental conditioning.

Mindfulness and Finding Your Own Middle Way

Going to Crazy Town

Thoughts on Mindful Awareness Practices in Education by Ramaa Reddy Raghavan

Mindful Awareness Practices in Education 

Mindfulness Reduces Stress, Fatigue in Rheumatoid Arthritis By Deborah Mitchell

It’s clearly a case of mind over matter….

How the Grinch learned mindfulness by Donna Pinter, PhD

It was a bone-chilling, cold Christmas Eve………..

Give Yourself the Gift of Peace by Russell Bishop

Clearly, the world could use a bit more peace these days.

Listening to Life: Let’s change the world: Make 2012 a year for spiritual truth by Nori St. Paul

The filter through which we experience life is our perception of the external world.

25 Books They Loved

Spiritual Book Club’s list of interviews this year included a fine host of folks, and here are 25 of their favorite books