In the middle of a challenging situation, it’s easy to believe everything you think. Most of us have been conditioned to identify with our thoughts, as if they’re the supreme entity that defines who we are. Isn’t there more to the story of “this being human?” Learning how to disentangle from painful or untrue thoughts is not only crucial to your well-being and resilience, but also your ability to live out your full potential.

Everyone’s journey into mindfulness is different. For eMindful teacher Alisha Aum, it started with two car accidents, a journey into the Catskills, and a desire to heal through meditation.

Although we are all navigating the Coronavirus pandemic together, employees are also experiencing this unprecedented time as individuals that have unique needs and require different levels of support. eMindful has written a thought leadership paper based on Pulse survey responses to give leaders the insight they need into giving appropriate levels of support.

It’s not easy to break free from old eating habits, especially during the holiday season, but incorporating mindful eating into your festivities can be the new tradition that helps you fully enjoy, savor, and feel gratitude for this beloved holiday without the usual feelings of discomfort and guilt after the meal is over.

Like a comfy bed, unhealthy habits are easy to get into but hard to get out of. It can be especially difficult to change unwanted habits during times of high stress and uncertainty, but meeting yourself where you’re at can make the journey seem less daunting.

It can be hard for company leaders to know how to continue to support their employees during the Coronavirus pandemic. eMindful has written a thought leadership paper based on Pulse survey responses to give leaders the insight they need into giving appropriate levels of support.

Taking just 1% of your day, or 14 minutes, to recenter can make a huge difference in your mood, focus, and overall performance. Our Mindful Daily sessions are live, 14-minute sessions led by expert mindfulness teachers to help you take time for yourself when you need it most.

Letting go can sometimes be thought of as new-age mumbo jumbo. While it’s a well-meaning invitation, it can imply something that happens quickly or easily. What does it actually mean to let go? How does it look in real life? Are there doable ways to practice letting go that don’t require too much effort or control?

Veteran’s Day is a day to offer thanks and gratitude for those who have served in our armed forces, and it’s also an opportunity to bring awareness to veteran mental health. Veterans can participate in their own healing through mindfulness, including a program called M.M.A.P.

During times of social injustice and unrest, it can be hard for company leaders to know how to support their employees. eMindful has written a thought leadership paper based on Pulse survey responses to give leaders the insight they need into giving appropriate levels of support.