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Podcast: An Ancient Practice for Modern Ailments

October 26, 2010 | Happiness Matters Podcast | 0 comments

Part 2 in a series on mindful parenting

Do you feel stressed out and overly busy?  Research shows that mindfulness and meditation counter depression and anxiety—and the stress of our crazy busy lives.  Listen to this week’s podcast to learn a simple “loving-kindness” meditation you can do alone or with your kids.

 

 

Please check out my podcast with Rona Renner either here on the Greater Good website, or here on iTunes.  Happy listening!

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