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Harvard Stress Forum: Can We Use Technology to Become More Mindful?
Senior Writer, The Huffington Post
Observing the way your mind and body reacts to different types of interaction with technology can help in pinpointing where your anxiety is coming from -- and, through mindful awareness, to challenge your automatic reactions.
Is Technology Making Your Children Mindless Instead of Mindful?
Dr. Jim Taylor
Adjunct faculty, University of San Francisco
Between the unlimited exposure to technology and the often nonstop, overscheduled lives that so many children lead these days, there is little opportunity for them to ever experience anything that approximates a Zen-like mindfulness or calm.
7 Ways To Practice Mindfulness In The Age Of Technology
Meditation Coach, SuraCenter.com
Technology is here to stay. Why not embrace it and use it to raise our levels of presence? We can do this by tuning into our breath, our feelings and bodily sensations. This lets us know how we are relating to technology in the moment.
Maintaining Mindfulness In A Digital World
Wellbeing & Media Expert, New Mama
In his book
, author William Powers gives us tips from the pages of history for navigating the virtual world with grace. Here are my favorites.
A Wisdom Manifesto For Our Tech-Addicted Times
Author, 'Wisdom 2.0'; host, Wisdom 2.0 Conference
Can we embrace these technologies in ways that add to the quality of our life and benefit the world? Can we marry the external technologies with inner technologies like mindfulness, compassion and wisdom?
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