Blog - Revive Mindfulness

Self-Compassion in a Mindful Path

We have an option to turn inward with our difficult emotions to relieve suffering. Learning self-compassion gives an opportunity to ask ourselves-what do I need right now? With mindfulness we ask ourselves-what am I feeling right now? Knowing suffering is the beginning of healing with this practice.

Adults and their Children -Re-Connection with Mindful Living

Studies prove that when families begin practicing mindful living exercises-they begin communicating with less reactivity, kindness and compassion. Wouldn’t it be great to have more harmony in your family life this year??Due to our over scheduled lives, we have lost our abilities to have important times with our family to talk, look at each other

Impulsivity and Mindfulness Training for Elementary School Students

I am working with several students grades 1-6 who are quite active, like to be moving all the time and can’t focus in school. (According to their teachers feedback to parents) Children who are exhibiting the inability to focus and concentrate benefit on learning what it means to be still and follow the breath. I

Emotional and Physical Hunger and Obesity

There is a correlation between our eating behaviors in relationship to stress. We tend to reach for unhealthy foods without paying attention to what or why we are eating. You can learn how to control these habits by learning “mindful eating”, which teaches us to recognize stress in our lives and taking the “pause” to

What is the definition of happiness??

Are you truly aware of what makes you happy in life?? As we go through many transitions, challenges, heartbreak and joy-we lose our perspective of  what is important. We need to turn inwards and reflect on what is happening in this “present moment”. If you don’t check in with  yourself, emotionally and physically-you lose your

Mindfulness benefits Social and Emotional Learning

Integrating SEL and mindfulness When SEL and mindfulness are integrated, the five SEL competencies laid out by CASEL have more fertile ground in which to grow and ultimately be embodied by students and adults alike. For example: Competency 1: Self-awareness Students’ self-awareness deepens when enhanced by the mindfulness practices of focusing attention and self-compassion. Competency

Mindful Training Reduces Test Taking Anxiety in Students

http://www.mindfulschools.org/research-and-neuroscience/mindfulness-academic-performance-test-anxiety/students Studies prove that mindful exercises can help reduce test taking anxiety resulting in better performance in school. Do you have a child that studies for endless hours, feels they know the material and then draws a blank when it’s time to take the test?? There is a tremendous amount of pressure out there to

Mindful Training Helps Children with ADHD

Mindful Training Helps Children with ADHD

A short training course in mindfulness improves children’s ability to ignore distractions and concentrate better. These are the findings of a study carried out by Dominic Crehan and Dr Michelle Ellefson at the University of Cambridge being presented today, 6 September 2013, at the British Psychological Society’s Cognitive Developmental Psychology Annual Conference at the University

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