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Our New Website: Mindful Spring
The idea of our new website, Mindful Spring – dedicated entirely to Mindfulness, is to help you start your practice if you are new to Mindfulness and help you deepen your practice if you are already aligned to it.
It is designed to be a resource that will help enrich and support your practice of Mindfulness, so click on the image above to visit it now!
Mindfulness for Organizations
Mindful organizations represent workplaces which embrace mindfulness as a part of daily work life. Such a workplace is productive, resilient and has a happy workforce.
We have carefully devised a research-based approach toward helping build mindful organizations.
Do you eat to feel better (to comfort yourself when feeling upset, angry or anxious)?
Do you use food as reward or an incentive?
Do you feel like food is a friend?
Do you unwittingly turn to food when you’re bored or simply need to while away time?
Do you share a love-hate relationship […]
“Don’t cry. Boys don’t cry.”
“Hahahah! Beaten by a GIRL! What a wuss!”
Though most of us would say we support the rights of LGBT, very few of us truly strive to understand the LGBT community with an empathetic, open mind and even fewer are aware of the subtle ways in which we still fall prey to stereotypes and thereby, perpetuate them.
Gender dysphoria refers to the intense distress, anxiety, confusion and guilt that an individual goes through when their biological sex comes into conflict with social constructs of gender. It is manifested by a stated desire to be the other sex, frequent passing as the other sex, desire to live or be treated as the other sex and through various other means. It is real and it happens more often than you think.