May You Be Healthy
In the third week of May, we will look at our health from a mindfulness perspective which includes both the body and mind. While nutrition and exercise are clearly important for good health, we also understand the importance of “mental and emotional health.”
Want to be Healthier? Go Outside to Experience Instant Health Benefits of Nature
Spending time in nature offers a wealth of physical, mental and emotional benefits. Being outdoors boosts immunity. It reduces blood pressure and cortisol levels. Studies also show that spending time outdoors improves concentration and focus, social connection and even creativity.
eMindful in the News
We saw dramatic drops in stress after the program was over, and we saw a 69-minute gain in productivity of our employees over a yearMark Bertolini, Chairman & CEO of Aetna
May You Be Loving
In the second week of May, we will look at another important aspect of mindfulness; love. Each day we will explore the different ways we can love, and how all these expressions of love can improve our daily lives.
6 Essential Steps for Building a Rewarding, Consistent Mindfulness Practice
A mindfulness practice helps strengthen and deepen your capacity for curious and open awareness to live with ease. Get started with these 6 essential steps!
May You Be Thankful
There are infinite possibilities in mindfulness, and this month eM Life will explore some prevailing themes that mindfulness can bring to the forefront of our daily lives.
How to Sooth Loneliness with Loving Kindness
Nearly half of Americans now say they sometimes or always feel left out, according to a survey of 20,000 people last year. What mindfulness tools can we use to help us feel less lonely?
What Happens to Your Brain During Mindfulness Meditation is Incredible
The field of neuroscience, aided by brain imaging technology, is shedding more and more light on that question and also on the question of how the practice of mindfulness meditation affects our brains — you won’t believe its effects.
Are You Having an Identity Crisis? Here’s How to Handle It
Don’t we all feel as if our identity – as we’d like to see ourselves – is challenged at times? In these moments it can provoke our deepest insecurities and a voice inside questions “Am I’m capable?” “Am I’m good enough?” “Am I’m lovable?”