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Positive Psychology

The Power of Mindfulness

Posted by:   |  Sep 26, 2016

Mindfulness as a State of Mind The word mindfulness stems from Buddhist Psychology, and originates from Pali language, and is synonymous with awareness, retention, and discernment (Shapiro and S.L., 2009). In simpler terms, it refers to paying attention to one’s immediate experience. The word slowly integrated with western science and people started associating it with […]...  Read more

Building Your Emotional Bank Account in Marriage

Posted by:   |  Jan 18, 2016

An emotional bank account does not exist physically. However, it’s very useful as it helps us to understand the reason why certain issues that are quite small and trivial become so big and significant. Think about this situation for a moment: You have only $35 in your bank account, and you write a $50 check. […]...  Read more

Characteristics of Mindfulness

Posted by:   |  Jan 13, 2015

The seven characteristics and attitudinal factors of mindfulness constitute the major pillars of mindfulness practice. The following is a list that shortly describes these factors: NONJUDGING: “Being with” whatever arises without judgment requires gentleness, kindness and acceptance. To do this requires awareness of the constant stream of judgment and reaction to inner and outer experiences. […]...  Read more

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