Mindfulness

Mindfulness and positive affect: Cross-sectional prospective intervention and real-time relations

This study tested trait- and state-mindfulness and trait- and state-positive affect (PA) relations within a cross-sectional study (Study 1; N¼174 76% women Mean (SD)age¼24 (2.7) years) and a randomized controlled 4-session mindfulness intervention study (Study 2; N¼51 65.4% women Mean (SD)age¼25 (4.3) years)....

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Powerpoint Slides: Becoming A More Mindful Coach & Consultant

This is a powerpoint slide deck on becomeing a more mindful coach presented by David Peterson, Director of Leadership and Coaching at Google.

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Mindfulness and self-compassion as predictors of psychological wellbeing in long-term meditators and matched nonmeditators

Mindfulness training has well-documented effects on psychological health. Recent findings suggest that increases in both mindfulness and self-compassion may mediate these outcomes; however their separate and combined effects are rarely examined in the same participants....

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Effects of a yoga-based intervention for young adults on quality of life and perceived stress: The potential mediating roles of mindfulness and self-compassion

The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the effects of a yoga-based program on quality of life perceived stress mindfulness and self-compassion in young adults. These variables were measured in 33 self-selected participants of a four-month residential yoga intervention before and after the program....

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The happy face of mindfulness: Mindfulness meditation is associated with perceptions of happiness as rated by outside observers

The last decade has witnessed an enormous increase in research examining the effects of mindfulness meditation.  One of the basic assumptions guiding this research is that meditation ultimately makes people happier. In this article in two studies we tested whether meditators actually look happier....

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The Role of Mindfulness in Coaching

In this article we explore the concept of mindfulness as a tool for helping both coaches and coachees. We argue that the coaching practice of the coach can be enhanced through using mindfulness as a preparation tool. We highlight research evidence on the impact of mindfulness in managing stress and contributing towards improved performance....

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Mindfulness at Work and in Coaching

Mindfulness promotes health and well-being. Its applications and benefits have been the subject of research for thirty years and there is growing evidence of the positive effects across a multiplicity of domains....

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Mindfulness without Meditation

Imagine a therapy so hard to classify that it has been described as an ‘existential humanistic cognitive behaviour therapy’....

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MasterClass: Mindfulness - Practical Applications - Part II

Thank you for joining us for our two-part MasterClass series on mindfulness featuring the work of Ellen Langer, Ph.D. and Russ Harris. In Part II we focus on the practical applications of mindfulness. We do this by providing an in-depth feature on Ellen Langer’s work on mindfulness in everyday life.  Dr....

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Mindfulness and Self-Acceptance

The present article will focus on the cognitive theory of mindfulness and its importance in achieving unconditional self-acceptance. The goal of the mindful perspective is to increase cognitive flexibility and to thereby increase behavioral flexibility and the ability to adapt to one’s current environment in a meaningful manner....

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