Practice

    1. Connect: Checking in With My Feelings

    Take a quiet moment for yourself to investigate how you are feeling. Sit in a way that is steady and comfortable. Choose whether to put your hands in your lap, by your...

    Omega: Can you talk about the different types of qigong and how someone new to the practice might find the right one for them?

    Roger:  The best way to get started is to expose yourself to as many teachers...

    Omega: Can we be mindful or present without knowing it, or is it something we need to practice?

    Florence: At its core, mindfulness is the innate human capacity to be aware. All human beings come with this...

    Omega: How did you become an entrepreneur?

    Bizzie: If I look back at my childhood, I grew up with an “it’s okay to be a boss” mentality. My dad really instilled that in me since I was very young. I can...

    The mindful check-in is a brief three- to five-minute formal practice of moving attention away from whatever outer demands and experiences you may be facing and getting fully in touch with your internal experience in the moment.

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    Gratitude—the feeling of deep appreciation—has long been a staple of religious traditions, and it's becoming more and more popular today. 

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    Every day you see, hear, and experience new things. But can old dogs learn new tricks? Pema Chödrön has the answer.

     

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    If you could actually see what you do with your mind, and see its effect on your life, what would that look like? Watch as Pema Chödrön shares a fitting image.

     

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    At the beginning of a meditation session, it can be helpful to check in with your mind before you begin. See where you’re at right now. To find yourself in the present moment, it can help if you run through a series of questions to help you...

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