Tag Archives: well-being

The Way of Mindful Education: Cultivating Well-Being in Teachers and Students

April 26, 2015

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The Way of Mindful Education: Cultivating Well-Being in Teachers and Students by Daniel Rechtschaffen — With attention spans waning and stress on the rise, many teachers are looking for new ways to help students concentrate, learn and thrive. This book is a practical guide for cultivating attention, compassion and well-being, in both students and teachers. […]

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10 steps to reduce stress in your life

August 16, 2013

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by John Koeberer  —  There is no doubt that stress kills. Many health professionals and medical analyses validate the strong negative impact stress can have on your health and general well-being, as well as your longevity. It is the chronic, day-in and day-out stress that is the problem. Stress can exacerbate pain, cause depression, obesity, […]

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Journaling to empower your life

October 26, 2012

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by Doreene Clement —  Keeping a journal or a diary creates many advantages and possibilities and has been proven to enhance well-being. Set your journal where you will see it every day and find a quiet time and place to journal. You can use a notebook, a blank book or a computer for your journaling, […]

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When what you know does not work for you anymore

October 14, 2012

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by Mary M. Ernsberger —  Albert Einstein once said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Did you ever watch one of those TV movies based on actual events? They always post a disclaimer that says the names have been changed to protect the innocent. […]

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Journaling your work

October 13, 2012

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by Doreene Clement —  Keeping a journal is a proven, powerful tool to enhance and benefit your personal life and well-being. Journaling can also do the same for your work life. It is a way to record and track daily activities and thoughts, which can help with long-term projects and goals. You can record the […]

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The science of happiness

September 7, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  Happiness is an interesting concept. Try to define what it means, and you may find yourself at a loss for words. Most of the time we know what it is to us personally, but cannot say what it is to anyone else. A working definition says it is a state of […]

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Meeting children’s wellness needs

September 5, 2012

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by Vanessa Chamberlain —  Parents today have the daunting task of going against status quo in order to meet their children’s well-being needs. Due, in part, to corporate agendas, the pervasiveness of media and the disappearance of cohesive communal values, there is an unprecedented lack of support for parents who wish to maintain the sanctity […]

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Quantum biofeedback and energetic healing

August 17, 2012

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by Jolin Brandes —  You may have experienced the energy-balancing capabilities of the quantum biofeedback, SCIO. This dynamic program has exponentially expanded to identify and clear 55 thousand more frequencies to address stress-related problems and assist your body/mind/spirit to return to health and well-being. For those of you who have not heard about the quantum […]

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Don’t worry, be happy

August 3, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  Many of us are into positive thinking these days. We repeatedly hear statements like: “We are what we think about,” “What the mind can conceive and believe, you can achieve,” “To change your life, change your thinking,” “Thoughts are things and create your reality,” and “If you want to know what […]

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The hidden healers

February 26, 2012

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by Tracy Minton —  Over the past few decades, scientists have demonstrated the negative effects of stress on both physical and mental health. Is our well-being inextricably linked to external circumstances beyond our control? Or do we have untapped resources within that we can employ to help us manage the stressors that are natural to […]

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Connect to yourself and spirit with prayer

February 26, 2012

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by Tina Sacchi —  Some of us learn about prayer at a very young age. Some of us pray only at church/temple, mealtime or bedtime. For others, prayer is part of their daily lives. You can pray alone or in a group; one way is not better than the other. Solitary prayer has its benefits. […]

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Serenity shortcuts for the holidays

February 23, 2012

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by Ashley Davis Bush —  Oh, the hustle and bustle of the holidays — the music, the lights, the festivities. It is the most wonderful time of the year. Or is it? Is it not also the busiest, most harried and possibly the most stressful time? Well, not this year. Six simple shortcuts will help […]

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