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 Mindfulness for OCD

by Donna Torney on March 22, 2015 · 0 comments

-Mindfulness techniques for working with obsessions and compulsions Mindfulness for OCD

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 Mindful Nutrition for You and Your Kids

by Donna Torney on March 22, 2015 · 0 comments

Teach kids to be more aware of what they are eating.

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Triggers, Trances, and Treats

by Donna Torney on March 22, 2015 · 0 comments

Take a closer look at your habits

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Mindfulness Maximization Grocery List

by Donna Torney on March 21, 2015 · 0 comments

Promote a clear mind with brain-building food.

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Mindfulness and Goal Setting

by Donna Torney on December 31, 2014 · 0 comments

Mindfulness can influence goals we set by giving them a more gentle, realistic and achievable tone.  Here are some mindfulness influenced tips and ideas for setting goals:  Resist letting perception shape your goals: We all have limiting beliefs about ourselves – bad habits of thought based on past failures – It’s part of being human.  Our […]

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Feeling bloated with brown food?  Wanting to reset you digestive system but not liking the idea of raw veggies during the cold weather?  Get back in balance without punishing yourself with warm, soothing kitchari.  Kitchari is a comfort food originating from India made with rice and mung beans, ghee,  ginger, turmeric, and other healing herbs.  Kitchari is […]

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How Can Mindfulness Help us With Body Image?

by Donna Torney on June 3, 2013 · 0 comments

Mindfulness is the practice of developing greater awareness. This awareness can relate to our bodies and minds and how they work together or against each other. We’ve all felt disconnected from our body at times and felt resentment that we don’t look like we want to look or move like we wish to move. How […]

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A Mindfulness Maximization Grocery List

by Donna Torney on February 5, 2013 · 0 comments

In our last post we listed a few key nutrients that boost your powers of attention.  Now it’s time to turn our attention to our mindfulness grocery list. When shopping for your mindfulness diet it’s helpful to think in terms of energy and mood management as opposed to weight loss. It’s interesting to note that […]

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Triggers, Trances, and Treats

by Donna Torney on January 21, 2013 · 0 comments

Well mindful hubsters, it’s past 11am on a chilly January Saturday here on the East Coast and I’m still in my jammy-jams.  Beside me sit the latest copies of Eating Well and Real Simple magazines.  These are good quality publications, but even these seemingly innocuous magazines are plastered with promises of “The Happiest You,” and […]

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Making Mindfulness Part of Your Child’s Day

by Donna Torney on July 25, 2011 · 2 comments

Incorporating mindfulness into your child’s everyday activities can change the way she reacts to every day frustrations, help shape the neuronal networks in her brain, and ultimately influence her personality development in a positive way. Mindfulness practices activate prefrontal lobe activity, helping us to respond to stress in healthier ways, attune and communicate better with […]

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