#MindfulMonday – The Gift of the Present Moment:

Happy #MindfulMonday - Our focus this week is in regards to doing small things to live in the present moment. Going along the lines of single tasking, living in the moment creates a full sense of awareness towards the things in our world. Reflect on your work day: How many times were you distracted by … Continue reading #MindfulMonday – The Gift of the Present Moment:

Your Invitation to Grief Meditation:

Between clients this week, I did not get to post on my usual Wednesday time - sorry for the delay! As promised, this post will introduce grief meditation. I have used this for my clients as a coping mechanism for all stages of grief. My hope is that you find the same peace as you continuously … Continue reading Your Invitation to Grief Meditation:

Mindful Monday -Undefinable Grief.

{This weeks Karmic Flow Blog Series is an introduction on how to mindfully deal with grief. These posts are meant to mindfully guide you through the grieving process and make you feel at peace with loss. } “Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes … Continue reading Mindful Monday -Undefinable Grief.

Spotlight on Sally – Talking Mindfulness and E.D Recovery

And I said to my body, softly; "I want to be your friend." It took a long breath and replied; "I have been waiting my whole life for this." I hope you are all having a lovely Friday. To end this week, I decided to do a spotlight interview on a beautiful soul currently incorporating mindfulness in … Continue reading Spotlight on Sally – Talking Mindfulness and E.D Recovery

Mindful Monday – How to Mindfully Cope with an Eating Disorder at Work:

  “Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” - Anais Nin Happy Monday, Readers! I hope you enjoyed your weekend. The mindfulness topic of this week includes coping with an eating disorder in the workplace – a topic rarely spoken about in conversation. Whether you’ve suffered from one or not, eating disorders are a horrible … Continue reading Mindful Monday – How to Mindfully Cope with an Eating Disorder at Work:

Positive Assurance Through Depression – A Letter from Me, to You:

Happy Friday, everyone! To end our weekly mindfulness topic of situational depression, I wanted to do something different for this blog post. I wanted to create a sincere letter & reminder for those going through this battle. Like I've explained, I have been there before and the pain is all too familiar. Through mindfulness meditation, … Continue reading Positive Assurance Through Depression – A Letter from Me, to You:

Wednesday Wisdom – 10 Mantras for Situational Depression:

As an empath, I wish I could ease the pain of everyone going through a period of situational depression. I know the feeling of heaviness and sadness that shows its face on a daily basis. Like I've previously described, mindfulness is a great coping mechanism for situational depression (see my last blog post for more.) Most … Continue reading Wednesday Wisdom – 10 Mantras for Situational Depression:

Mindful Monday – Solace and Situational Depression:

"Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light." — Madeleine L'Engle If you've ever experienced deep sadness, your heart will relate to these words below; Our vision feels foggy. We wake up with the burden of sadness resting on our chest, eager to greet us in early waking hours. We walk through … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Solace and Situational Depression:

The Simplicity in Single Tasking – Everyday Mindfulness

Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The suns rays do not burn until brought into a focus. - Alexander Graham Bell If you're anything like me, it's easy to get caught in a vicious cycle of multitasking. Multitasking has a reputation of being a productive practice. Getting a multitude of things done … Continue reading The Simplicity in Single Tasking – Everyday Mindfulness

Mindful Monday – Everyday Happiness Through Mindfulness

My own tidbit about finding the beauty of mindfulness in the most mundane, daily tasks.