Research shows that a regular meditation practice can restore emotional balance, reduce stress, improve health and actually change the brain’s gray matter. Practitioners report a greater sense of well-being, contentment, and feeling of connection to others. Mindful meditation helps one awaken to the richness of each moment in life. With practice, one can become aware of habitual reactions to stressors and discover new ways of responding to life’s challenges.
January 26, February 2, 9, 16 [Presidents Day], 23, March 2 and April 13, 2014 ~ Monday evenings, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
401 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill.
Most people suffer with self-criticism. This critical judge, we think, will help us improve. It never does. But it’s hard to change lifelong patterns of reacting and sometimes it feels impossible. So how is this done? Mindfully. As a matter fact, new research shows that mindfulness — joined with self-compassion — enhances emotional well-being, reduces anxiety and depression, and leads to more satisfying personal relationships.
You can try a guided meditation exercise with Dr. Dan Gottlieb right now. Just click the play button on the player below, or download the MP3 file at the link and play it from your computer or audio device.
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