(as of Oct 28,2021 01:07:45 UTC – Details)
Here are 56 cards that offer simple and easy-to-do daily practices. Integrate them into your life and you can have powerful results and uncover sustainable happiness. Plus — six bonus mindful living meditations to help you relax, focus, grow joy and boost your brain power!
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How to Use the Mindful Living Card Deck
The Mindful Living Card Deck is about building the habits of sustainable happiness. With each card, you’ll learn new ways to focus your attention, cultivate gratitude, forge community, and find deep and lasting contentment. The cards teach the six key skills for sustainable happiness, and are color-coded for ease of use: Be Calm, Be Here Now, Be Good to Yourself, Be Happy, Be Kind, Be Balanced.
There are dozens of ways to use the cards.
You can practice alone or share them with others.
Draw a card in the morning and use as inspiration for the day.
Therapists can have clients select a card at the end of session.
In any moment, ask yourself what you need (calm, presence, kindness, etc.), pick a card from a category, and bring what you need into your life.
Make it a six week program – commit to going through each strength one week at a time.
You can also find the cards that are most powerful to you, and commit to a weekly or monthly practice.
Above all – make it playful, have fun, and enjoy the journey.
Dr. Elisha Goldstein
Dr. Elisha Goldstein is a psychologist, co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles with his wife, Stefanie Goldstein, PhD., an international mindfulness educator, and author of five
books, including Uncovering Happiness, The Now Effect, and co-authored A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook.
In the last 15 years, as mindfulness has entered the mainstream, Elisha has identified our greatest struggle — creating consistency for lasting, beneficial change. This led to the launch of his 6-month
online coaching program, A Course in Mindful Living.
Elisha is on a mission to catalyze the next age of thriving. In an increasingly fragmented society, he is working to bring people together so they may motivate and inspire one another.
“Our separateness is a delusion of the mind; we need each other to sustainably thrive!”
A Glance Inside Mindful Living
BE HERE NOW
BE GOOD TO YOURSELF