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    • The Neuroscience of Focus: Taking Back Control of Our Minds April 21, 2014
      Scientists John Gaspar and John McDonald from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia have recently discovered that we have an anti-distraction mode in our brain (See an overview here or the actual study here). This means that focusing on what matters moment-to-moment is not only about intentionally paying attention to something, like reading this blog p […]
      Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D.
    • Essential Skills of Mindfulness and More: An Interview with the Authors of Sitting Together April 14, 2014
      I began the Mindfulness and Psychotherapy blog on Psychcentral.com over 5 years ago now. Since then I’ve written hundreds of posts on the intersection of mindfulness and psychotherapy. Recently a new book has been published called Sitting Together: Essential Skills for Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy. While this is a wonderful and practical guide for therapi […]
      Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D.
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    • Watch More Sunsets April 14, 2014
      April 16, 2014 A few weeks ago I led a weekend workshop at Esalen. It was wonderful! On Saturday evening after our dinner break, one of the workshop participants suggested that we delay the start of our evening session so we could walk out on the deck and watch the sun go down over the […] Related posts: The Importance of Receiving Appreciation Walk In Other […]
      Mike Robbins
    • Create Miracles Now April 9, 2014
      April 9, 2014 My friend Gabrielle Bernstein’s new book, Miracles Now, has had me stop and think more deeply about my own relationship to “miracles” and also how to create more of them in my life on a daily basis. As Albert Einstein said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is […] Related posts: You Are Enough Let Success Chase You Don’t Believe E […]
      Mike Robbins
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