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Mindful : December 2016
“Becoming more mindful...is independent of outcomes or results...it focuses on all the little things you can do in this very moment.” Jerry Lynch THE BRUCE LEE PODCAST Episode: “Be water, my friend.” Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, spreads her father’s philosophy to a new wave of listeners. THE ONE YOU FEED Episode: “Howard Martin (HeartMath)” The founder of HeartMath talks about connecting heart and science in ways that reduce stress and build resilience. TARA BRACH Episode: “Trusting our hearts— trust in our basic goodness.” Brach explores meditation practices that remind us of our loving hearts. LISTEN TO THIS! LET THEM PLAY The Power & Joy of Mindful Sports Parenting Jerry Lynch • New World Library If you haven’t seen the spectacle, you’re lucky. Few things are more painful than seeing a parent screaming at, or even assaulting, a child at a sporting event. This winning- at-all-costs approach is the antithesis of what Jerry Lynch recommends. He sees par ticipation in sports as an opportunity for both parents and children to learn together. Parents seeing themselves lose their cool over a child’s missed shot is an oppor tunity for mindfulness, while sports present children with a prime oppor tunity to hone their focus and ability to play well together. The book includes a helpful code of conduct for parents and coaches. ● AD December 2016 mindful 19