In this week's episode, I talk about how to make mindfulness a daily habit. How do we really bring mindfulness into our daily life to experience the full transformative effects of the practice? I talk about the 7 keys I've discovered from my own practice and experimentation and show how each can work seamlessly together to create an effective strategy for living mindfully in a busy and distraction-filled world.
I also cover a few optional (but highly effective) points that can further help your efforts to live a more mindful life.
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- 5 Steps to Making Meditation a Daily Habit - The path of least resistance
- The ONLY Thing You Need to Make Meditation a Daily Habit - The path of least resistance
- 6 Great Ways to Implement Mindfulness in the Workplace - Google Chrome browser extensions (both listed here)
- Some group directories:
- Shambhala centers: http://shambhala.org/centres/find-shambhala-centre/
- Plum Village sangha directory, Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh's tradition: http://www.mindfulnessbell.org/directory.php
- Wake Up! meet up groups, also Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh's tradition: http://www.wkup.org/get-involved/
- Also: a simple Google search with your state/nearest major city plus "meditation center", "mindfulness center", "Buddhist center", or "Buddhist monastery" (depending on what you're looking for) can be effective.
- Trello.com - To-do list
- Zen for Everyday Life (Book) - The complete moment-to-moment guide to making mindfulness a way of life. If you're interested in taking this topic, or everyday mindfulness in general, further than definitely check out the book.
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