Monthly Archives: May 2015

Yoga or Resilience Training: Do We Have to Choose?

What are the main differences between yoga and resilience training? Would it be a good idea to do both, or are they a bad mix? Around a year ago Debbie asked for a Yoga class as her birthday present. It … Continue reading

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Distractions Play a Central Role in Producing the Benefits of Meditation

When you meditate, your experiences fall into two categories : 1. The object on which you intend to focus, and 2. Distractions. Here we want to focus on distractions, particularly on where they come from and what you should do … Continue reading

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