Meditation is one of the tools I use to manage life’s stressors. Typically, I spend most mornings doing guided meditations via phone apps to take a short journey inward to relax and reassess. Trained in meditation, Alexis is also the founder of Cultural Fabric, an organization that uses mindfulness as a tool to address both personal and organizational development. That peace, even if it’s fleeting is a welcome respite. Nonessential businesses and schools are closed, residents must remain inside their homes and the stress of uncertainty can weigh heavy on the heart.
- A recent study explores online mindfulness classes as a means of helping people manage the emotional toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Mindfulness is a mental practice in which a person directs their attention to the present moment, having a nonjudgmental awareness of their immediate surroundings, thoughts, and feelings.
- A Google search for “mindfulness-based stress reduction” classes led the authors to extensive online mindfulness resources, guided recordings, and external links that members of the Academic Consortiu
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