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Mindful Photography: A Simple and Fun Exercise That Boosts Well-Being

Mindful Photography: A Simple and Fun Exercise That Boosts Well-Being | Let us learn together... | Scoop.it
New positive psychology exercise helps remind you of meaning and value in your life.

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A few of you might enjoy this article...

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Sheila Shuster's curator insight, August 1, 2013 10:52 AM

Ordinary things, when caught on film, can make us stop and think.

Joanna Boj's comment, August 13, 2013 10:02 AM
It's an interesting approach. Personally I had times in my life when I had to quit photography, because I felt it made me detach from the moment - I was more concentrated on "taking a good photo" than on what I saw. Like in this joke: - Where did you go on holidays? - I don't know, haven't seen my photos yet.
God Is.'s comment, August 13, 2013 10:30 AM
I can see what you are saying @Joanna.. Makes a lot of sense...LOL
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Mindful Medicine: Charles Paccione at TEDxSLC

Charles was a premedical student at Sarah Lawrence College interested in contemplative neuroscience and Buddhist psychology. Having contributed to nationally...

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Medicine with a human touch? holistic medicine.. Hopefully a trend...

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, July 14, 2013 11:24 AM

Rethinking medicine through meditation ...

My days are short and as I grow weaker, I experience so much gratitude for my meditation. Not only the joy and ease it brought, but the hard parts. For every bored and restless sitting and every fearful fantasy, and every pain and ache I sat through, and every itch I witnessed and did not scratch, was a training for kindness. A training for the muscles, for bearing witness, for the trusting spirit that carries me now, even as I face my death.
— Tamara Engle

Sheila Shuster's curator insight, July 18, 2013 2:31 PM

Healing transcends a cure. It can coincide beautifully with death.