How to be present

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Teaching in the now: John Dewey on the educational present [i]
  2. () Temporal focus: thinking about the past, present, and future [p] [d]
  3. () How to practice bearing witness [u]
  4. () Making seconds count: when valuing time promotes subjective well-being [p] [d]
  5. () The knowns and unknowns of boredom: a review of the literature [p] [d]
  6. () Understanding contemplative practices from the perspective of dual-process theories [i] [d]
  7. () Reducing separateness with presence: how mindfulness catalyzes intergroup prosociality [i] [d]
  8. () Anesthesia: the gift of oblivion and the mystery of consciousness [i]
  9. () How mindfulness enhances self-control [i] [d]
  10. () Which facets of mindfulness protect individuals from the negative experiences of obsessive intrusive thoughts? [d]
  11. () Attending: medicine, mindfulness, and humanity [i]
  12. () Therapeutic relational presence: relationship as a pathway to spirituality [i] [d]
  13. () A practical guide to cultivating therapeutic presence [i] [d]
  14. () The mindfulness practice, aesthetic experience, and creative democracy [d] [j] [u]
  15. () Therapist presence, absence, and extraordinary presence [i] [d]
  16. () The power of moments: why certain experiences have extraordinary impact [i]
  17. () Mindlessness: the corruption of mindfulness in a culture of narcissism [i]
  18. Johan C. Karremans & Esther K. Papies [ed] () Mindfulness in social psychology [i] [d]
  19. () A brief mindfulness practice increases self-reported calmness in young children: a pilot study [d]
  20. () Brief mindfulness meditation training reduces mind wandering: the critical role of acceptance [p] [d]
  21. () Keeping the faith [u]
  22. () Presence: how mindfulness and meditation shape your brain, mind, and life [i] [d]
  23. Frédérique de Vignemont & Adrian J. T. Alsmith [ed] () The subject's matter: self-consciousness and the body [i]
  24. () Working in the present moment: the impact of mindfulness on trainee psychotherapists' experience of relational depth [d]
  25. Amy L. Baltzell [ed] () Mindfulness and performance [i] [d]
  26. () Are there levels of consciousness? [conclusion: no] [p] [d]
  27. () An embracing thought: contemporary Sōtō interpretations of hishiryō [d]
  28. () Flow and peak experiences [and hypnosis] [i]
  29. () Self-compassion in psychotherapy: mindfulness-based practices for healing and transformation [i]
  30. () On the way to mindfulness: how a focus on outcomes (even good outcomes) prevents good outcomes [i] [d]
  31. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi [ed] () Critical mindfulness: exploring Langerian models [i] [d]
  32. () The ancient origins of consciousness: how the brain created experience [i] [j]
  33. Luis Garcia-Larrea & Philip L. Jackson [ed] () Pain and the conscious brain [i]
  34. László Harmat, Frans Ørsted Andersen, Fredrik Ullén, Jon Wright, & Gaynor Sadlo [ed] () Flow experience: empirical research and applications [i] [d]
  35. () Dead man's float [i]
  36. () Distrusting the present [d]
  37. () Healing the heart and mind with mindfulness: ancient path, present moment [i] [d]
  38. () Mindful tech: how to bring balance to our digital lives [i]
  39. () Cure: a journey into the science of mind over body [i]
  40. () The construct of mindfulness amidst and along conceptions of rationality [i] [d]
  41. () Thought in action: expertise and the conscious mind [i] [d]
  42. () The pragmatists' approach to injustice [d] [u]
  43. () The happiness equation: want nothing + do anything = have everything [i]
  44. Ronald E. Purser, David Forbes, & Adam Burke [ed] () Handbook of mindfulness: culture, context, and social engagement [i] [d]
  45. () Mindfulness within the full range of Buddhist and Asian meditative practices [i] [d]
  46. () Behavioral assessment of mindfulness difficulties in borderline personality disorder [d]
  47. Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl & Robert W. Roeser [ed] () Handbook of mindfulness in education [i] [d]
  48. () Mindfulness in organizations: a cross-level review [d]
  49. () The brain on silent: mind wandering, mindful awareness, and states of mental tranquility [p] [d]
  50. () The artistry of therapy and Zen practice [d]
  51. () Attention: feedback focuses a wandering mind [p] [d]
  52. () 52 small changes for the mind [i]
  53. Kirk Warren Brown, J. David Creswell, & Richard M. Ryan [ed] () Handbook of mindfulness: theory, research, and practice [i]
  54. () Simple self-care for therapists: restorative practices to weave through your workday [i]
  55. () Mindfulness-integrated CBT for well-being and personal growth: four steps to enhance inner calm, self-confidence and relationships [i] [d]
  56. () Presence: bringing your boldest self to your biggest challenges [i]
  57. () Closed-loop training of attention with real-time brain imaging [p] [d]
  58. () The now and the passage of time: from physics to psychology [d]
  59. () Beyond theory: Martin Buber's I and Thou and the role of contemplation in integrated relational counseling [d]
  60. () Emotions, narratives, and ethical mindfulness [p] [d]
  61. () Screen relations: the limits of computer-mediated psychoanalysis and psychotherapy [i]
  62. () Just this is it: Dongshan and the practice of suchness [i]
  63. () Mindfulness meditation reduces implicit age and race bias: the role of reduced automaticity of responding [d]
  64. () Promoting radical openness and flexible control [i]
  65. () The way of tenderness: awakening through race, sexuality, and gender [i]
  66. () Cultivating intention (as we enter the fray): the skillful practice of embodying presence, awareness and purpose as action researchers [i] [d]
  67. () Reading and the body: the physical practice of reading [i] [d]
  68. () Thinking in the zone: the expert mind in action [d]
  69. Brian D. Ostafin, Michael D. Robinson, & Brian P. Meier [ed] () Handbook of mindfulness and self-regulation [i] [d]
  70. () The myth of the present moment [d]
  71. () The price of abundance: how a wealth of experiences impoverishes savoring [p] [d]
  72. () Analyzing in the present [d]
  73. () This present moment: new poems [i]
  74. () Reclaiming travel [i] [d]
  75. () Inside this moment: a clinician's guide to promoting radical change using acceptance and commitment therapy [i]
  76. () In this moment: five steps to transcending stress using mindfulness and neuroscience [i]
  77. () The perils of automaticity [d]
  78. () 'If I can grapple with this I can truly be of use in the therapy room': using the therapist's own emotional struggles to facilitate effective therapy [d]
  79. Valtteri Arstila & Dan Lloyd [ed] () Subjective time: the philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience of temporality [i] [d] [j]
  80. () The power of noticing: what the best leaders see [i]
  81. () Mindful parenting: a guide for mental health practitioners [i] [d]
  82. () Social work beyond the VDU: foregrounding co-presence in situated practice—why face-to-face practice matters [d]
  83. () Examining workplace mindfulness and its relations to job performance and turnover intention [d]
  84. () Metacognitive facilitation of spontaneous thought processes: when metacognition helps the wandering mind find its way [i] [d]
  85. Paolo Inghilleri, Eleonora Riva, Giuseppe Riva, Pietro Cipresso, Aneta Przepiórka, & Matthew Coleshill [ed] () Enabling positive change: flow and complexity in daily experience [i] [d]
  86. Greg Madison [ed] () Theory and practice of focusing-oriented psychotherapy: beyond the talking cure [i]
  87. Greg Madison [ed] () Emerging practice in focusing-oriented psychotherapy: innovative theory and applications [i]
  88. () Effortless mindfulness: genuine mental health through awakened presence [i]
  89. () Most intimate: a Zen approach to life's challenges [i]
  90. () Acceptably aware during general anaesthesia: 'dysanaesthesia'—the uncoupling of perception from sensory inputs [p] [d]
  91. () Recover!: stop thinking like an addict and reclaim your life with the PERFECT program [i]
  92. () A history of religion in 5 1/2 objects: bringing the spiritual to its senses [i]
  93. () Sitting together: essential skills for mindfulness-based psychotherapy [i]
  94. () The myth of the bodily felt sense [i]
  95. () Don't stop thinking about tomorrow: think about your future and you'll have a more productive present [u]
  96. () The influence of mindful attention on value claiming in distributive negotiations: evidence from four laboratory experiments [d]
  97. () Phenomenology of positive change: personal growth [i] [d]
  98. () Impact of mindfulness training on attentional control and anger regulation processes for psychotherapists in training [p] [d]
  99. () Mindful discipline: a loving approach to setting limits and raising an emotionally intelligent child [i]
  100. () Mindfulness of death [d]
  101. () Mapping modalities of self-awareness in mindfulness practice: a potential mechanism for clarifying habits of mind [d]
  102. () The body keeps the score: brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma [i]
  103. () 'Yes, and': acceptance, resistance, and change in improv, aikido, and psychotherapy [u]
  104. () Perspective: the calm within the storm [i]
  105. () Improvisation on the edge: notes from on and off the stage [i]
  106. () Monotonous tasks require self-control because they interfere with endogenous reward [d]
  107. () The garden of meeting and speaking [or: The monastic field of meeting and speaking] [u]
  108. () Mindfulness as a transtheoretical clinical process [p] [d]
  109. () Effects of pre-session centering for therapists on session presence and effectiveness [d]
  110. () My friendship with Martin Buber [i]
  111. () Caring and well-being: a lifeworld approach [i] [d]
  112. () On looking: eleven walks with expert eyes [i]
  113. () Mindfulness and de-automatization [d]
  114. () Yoga sparks: 108 easy practices for stress relief in a minute or less [i]
  115. () Attentional bias, distractibility and short-term memory in anxiety [d]
  116. () Accompanying: pathways to social change [i]
  117. () The role of emotions in clinical reasoning and decision making [p] [d]
  118. () The costs and benefits of mind-wandering: a review [d]
  119. () Mindful relationships [d]
  120. Boon Lay Ong [ed] () Beyond environmental comfort [i]
  121. () The sisters of mindfulness [p] [d]
  122. () Conspicuous and inconspicuous discriminations in everyday life [i]
  123. () Meditation, mindfulness and executive control: the importance of emotional acceptance and brain-based performance monitoring [d]
  124. () Deafening silence, unexpected gifts [u]
  125. () True refuge: finding peace and freedom in your own awakened heart [i]
  126. () ATTEND: toward a mindfulness-based bereavement care model [d]
  127. () Living beautifully with uncertainty and change [i]
  128. () Competence in teaching mindfulness-based courses: concepts, development and assessment [d]
  129. () Mindfulness and acceptance in couple and family therapy [i] [d]
  130. () Therapeutic presence: a mindful approach to effective therapy [i] [d]
  131. () The science and art of listening: why listening is so much more than hearing [u]
  132. () Going my way?: the benefits of travelling in the same direction [d]
  133. () The deep bodily roots of emotion [d]
  134. () Mindfulness, time affluence, and journey-based affect: exploring relationships [d]
  135. () Patience: the art of peaceful living [i]
  136. () Rethinking occupational deprivation and boredom [d]
  137. () Everything that is not a belief is true [i]
  138. () Being Buddha at work: 108 ancient truths on change, stress, money, and success [i]
  139. () Varieties of presence [i]
  140. () Attentional networks and consciousness [d]
  141. () The construction of emotional experience requires the integration of implicit and explicit emotional processes [d]
  142. () Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  143. () Escalation and mindfulness [d]
  144. () Mindfulness, openness to experience, and transformational learning [i] [d]
  145. () Beyond the brain: how body and environment shape animal and human minds [i] [j]
  146. () Creating personal presence: look, talk, think, and act like a leader [i]
  147. () A way of being: bringing mindfulness into individual therapy [d]
  148. () Paying attention to mindfulness and its effects on task performance in the workplace [d]
  149. () What are the benefits of mindfulness?: a practice review of psychotherapy-related research [d]
  150. () Health care providers' mindfulness and treatment outcomes: a critical review of the research literature [d]
  151. () Engaging the moment with incarcerated youth: an existential–humanistic approach [d]
  152. Tom A. Hutchinson [ed] () Whole person care: a new paradigm for the 21st century [i] [d]
  153. () Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i]
  154. () Therapeutic work with the present moment: a comparative conversation analysis of existential and cognitive therapies [d]
  155. () Mindfulness, self-care, and wellness in social work: effects of contemplative training [d]
  156. () Sharing the moment: the duration of embraces in humans [d]
  157. () Awareness: a key piece in the procrastination puzzle [u]
  158. () How are you feeling? [u]
  159. Jürgen Streeck, Charles Goodwin, & Curtis D. LeBaron [ed] () Embodied interaction: language and body in the material world [i]
  160. () John Dewey and the artful life: pragmatism, aesthetics, and morality [i]
  161. () Fixing our focus: training attention to regulate emotion [d]
  162. () Stirring the depths: transference, countertransference and touch [d]
  163. () Moments in time [d]
  164. Ruth A. Baer [ed] () Assessing mindfulness & acceptance processes in clients: illuminating the theory & practice of change [i]
  165. () Awakening joy: 10 steps that will put you on the road to real happiness [i]
  166. () A moment dead, a moment alive: how a situational personhood emerges in the vegetative state in an Israeli hospital unit [d]
  167. Brian Bruya [ed] () Effortless attention: a new perspective in the cognitive science of attention and action [i] [d]
  168. () Being there: why leaders should not 'fiddle' while Rome burns [d]
  169. () Deconstructing mindfulness and constructing mental health: understanding mindfulness and its mechanisms of action [d]
  170. () Temporal consciousness [u]
  171. () Kinds and dimensions of mindfulness: why it is important to distinguish them [d]
  172. () Standing in the fire: leading high-heat meetings with calm, clarity, and courage [i]
  173. () The way you make me feel: evidence for individual differences in affective presence [d]
  174. () Incorporating the concept of mindfulness in informal outdoor education settings [d]
  175. () Relational aspects of mindfulness: implications for the practice of marriage and family therapy [d]
  176. () Compassion focused therapy: distinctive features [i]
  177. () Patients can diagnose too: how continuous self-assessment aids diagnosis of, and recovery from, depression [d]
  178. () Small steps [d]
  179. () Using mindfulness meditation to teach beginning therapists therapeutic presence: a qualitative study [d]
  180. () Teaching mindfulness: a practical guide for clinicians and educators [i] [d]
  181. () Embodied economics: how bodily information shapes the social coordination dynamics of decision-making [d]
  182. () Non-interference and awareness [d]
  183. () Observational approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world [d]
  184. () From signal to semantic: uncovering the emotional dimension of negotiation [u]
  185. () Mindful consumption: a customer-centric approach to sustainability [d]
  186. () Toward a Deweyan theory of communicative mindfulness [d]
  187. () Counsellor presence: bridging the gap between wisdom and new knowledge [d]
  188. () Novelty as a dimension in the affective brain [d]
  189. Margaret Whitehead [ed] () Physical literacy: throughout the lifecourse [i]
  190. () Hypnosis, mindfulness, and acceptance: artful integration [i]
  191. Tim Bayne, Axel Cleeremans, & Patrick Wilken [ed] () The Oxford companion to consciousness [i] [d]
  192. () Embodied attentiveness: recognising the language of movement [d]
  193. () The complete Tassajara cookbook: recipes, techniques, and reflections from the famed Zen kitchen [i]
  194. () Absent minds and absent agents: attention-lapse induced alienation of agency [d]
  195. () The effect of mindfulness on heart rate control [d]
  196. () A model of mindful parenting: implications for parent–child relationships and prevention research [d]
  197. () From everyday to scientific observation: how children learn to observe the biologist's world [d]
  198. (/2013) Body sense: the science and practice of embodied self-awareness [or: The psychophysiology of self-awareness: rediscovering the lost art of body sense] [i]
  199. () Emotion and recognition at work: energy, vitality, pleasure, truth, desire, and the emergent phenomenology of transformational experience [i]
  200. Diana Fosha, Daniel J. Siegel, & Marion Fried Solomon [ed] () The healing power of emotion: affective neuroscience, development, and clinical practice [i]
  201. () Rapt: attention and the focused life [i]
  202. () The virtue of simplicity [d]
  203. () The mindfulness solution to pain: step-by-step techniques for chronic pain management [i]
  204. () Staring: how we look [i]
  205. () You are here: discovering the magic of the present moment [i]
  206. () If you live long enough [i]
  207. () Cultivating mindfulness in health care professionals: a review of empirical studies of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) [p] [d]
  208. () Letting everything become your teacher: 100 lessons in mindfulness [i]
  209. () The wick in the candle of learning: epistemic curiosity activates reward circuitry and enhances memory [d]
  210. () Mindfulness versus positive evaluation [i] [d]
  211. Steven Laureys, Olivia Gosseries, & Giulio Tononi [ed] (/2016) The neurology of consciousness: cognitive neuroscience and neuropathology [i] [d]
  212. () Staying with conflict: a strategic approach to ongoing disputes [i]
  213. () When you don't like what you feel: experiential avoidance, mindfulness and meta-emotion in emotion regulation [d]
  214. () Think, blink or sleep on it?: the impact of modes of thought on complex decision making [d]
  215. () When rejection sensitivity matters: regulating dependence within daily interactions with family and friends [d]
  216. () Does unconscious thought improve complex decision making? [d]
  217. () Your brain at work: strategies for overcoming distraction, regaining focus, and achieving all day long [i]
  218. () Mindfulness for law students: using the power of mindful awareness to achieve balance and success in law school [i]
  219. () Mindful teaching & teaching mindfulness: a guide for anyone who teaches anything [i]
  220. () Toward a practice of mindfulness [i] [d]
  221. (/2017) The art and science of mindfulness: integrating mindfulness into psychology and the helping professions [i] [d]
  222. () The ethics of routine: consciousness, tedium and value [i]
  223. () Executive functions, self-regulation, and chronic pain: a review [d]
  224. () Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  225. () The courage to be present: Buddhism, psychotherapy, and the awakening of natural wisdom [i]
  226. () Momentary reductions of attention permit greater processing of irrelevant stimuli [d]
  227. () Psychophysical acting: an intercultural approach after Stanislavski [i]
  228. () The zen of helping: spiritual principles for mindful and open-hearted practice [i]
  229. () Mindful social work: from theory to practice [d]
  230. () A logic for the magic of mindful negotiation [d]
  231. () Being the moment [p] [d]
  232. () Sensing change [d]
  233. () Mindfulness, compassion, and the police in America: an essay of hope [u]
  234. () Being with dying: cultivating compassion and fearlessness in the presence of death [i]
  235. Steven F. Hick & Thomas Bien [ed] () Mindfulness and the therapeutic relationship [i]
  236. () Exploring space and place with walking interviews [u]
  237. () Commitment to connection in a culture of fear [d]
  238. () On the irrationality of emotion and the rationality of awareness [d]
  239. () The psychology of transcending the here and now [d]
  240. () Sleep deprivation and vigilant attention [d]
  241. () Peer consultation for mediators: the use of a holding environment to support mediator reflection, inquiry, and self-knowing [d]
  242. () Awareness and authoring: the idea of self in mindfulness and narrative therapy [d]
  243. () The continuous present in Ozu Yasujirō's Late spring [d]
  244. () Measuring alertness [d]
  245. () Exploring the relationship between occupational presence, occupational engagement, and people's well-being [d]
  246. () Love's garden: a guide to mindful relationships [i]
  247. () Mobility as stress regulation: a challenge to dialogue in planning? [i]
  248. () On the relative independence of thinking biases and cognitive ability [d]
  249. () Facilitate first thyself: the person-centered dimension of facilitator education [d]
  250. () Conversational mindfulness [u]
  251. () Being with that: the relevance of embodied understanding for practice [d]
  252. () Mindfulness: the present moment in clinical social work [d]
  253. William Vitek & Wes Jackson [ed] () The virtues of ignorance: complexity, sustainability, and the limits of knowledge [i]
  254. () Constructive and unconstructive repetitive thought [d]
  255. () Attending to the present: mindfulness meditation reveals distinct neural modes of self-reference [d]
  256. () Thriving with social purpose: an integrative approach to the development of optimal human functioning [d]
  257. () High perceptual load makes everybody equal: eliminating individual differences in distractibility with load [d]
  258. () What got you here won't get you there: how successful people become even more successful [i]
  259. () Promoting mindfulness in psychotherapists in training influences the treatment results of their patients: a randomized, double-blind, controlled study [d]
  260. () The unconscious actor: out of control, in full command: the art of performance in acting and in life [i]
  261. () Mindfulness training modifies subsystems of attention [d]
  262. () Leadership agility: five levels of mastery for anticipating and initiating change [i]
  263. () Playing Pygmalion: how people create one another [i]
  264. () Each moment is the universe: Zen and the way of being time [i]
  265. () Contact: tact and caress [d]
  266. () The first person singular [i]
  267. () It's not about time [i]
  268. () Meditative dialogue: a tool for engaging students in collaborative learning processes [d]
  269. () Enaction: toward a Zen mind in learning and teaching [i]
  270. () Find your focus zone: an effective new plan to defeat distraction and overload [i]
  271. () Evocative cues and presence: relational consciousness within qualitative research [d]
  272. John J. Prendergast & G. Kenneth Bradford [ed] () Listening from the heart of silence [i]
  273. () Lessons from Bernard Rudofsky: life as a voyage [i]
  274. () The mindful brain: reflection and attunement in the cultivation of well-being [i]
  275. () The lights are on but no one's home: meta-awareness and the decoupling of attention when the mind wanders [p] [d]
  276. () Counting the cost of an absent mind: mind wandering as an underrecognized influence on educational performance [p] [d]
  277. () Time is not fleeting: thoughts of a medieval Zen Buddhist [d]
  278. () Short-term meditation training improves attention and self-regulation [d]
  279. () The unshuttered heart: opening to aliveness/deadness in the self [i]
  280. () Drop your tools: on reconfiguring management education [d]
  281. () Don't just do something, stand there!: ten principles for leading meetings that matter [i]
  282. () Love, open awareness, and authenticity: a conversation with William Blake and D. W. Winnicott [d]
  283. () The automaticity of social life [p] [d]
  284. () Absent-mindedness: lapses of conscious awareness and everyday cognitive failures [d]
  285. () Use of self: a primer revisited [d]
  286. () Leading through conflict: how successful leaders transform differences into opportunities [i]
  287. () What clients find helpful in psychotherapy: developing principles for facilitating moment-to-moment change [d]
  288. () The precious treasury of pith instructions [i]
  289. () Trager for self-healing: a practical guide for living in the present moment [i]
  290. () Zen body-being: an enlightened approach to physical skill, grace, and power [i]
  291. () In dialogue with Daniel Stern: a review and discussion of The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life [d]
  292. () Typologies of attentional networks [d]
  293. () Knowing yourself: mindfulness [i]
  294. () Mindful staff increase learning and reduce aggression in adults with developmental disabilities [d]
  295. () Enhanced communication by developing a non-anxious presence [d]
  296. () Empathic attunement facilitation: stimulating immediate task engagement in zero-history training groups of helping professionals [i]
  297. () Tibetan meditation: practical teachings and step-by-step exercises on how to live in harmony, peace, and happiness [i]
  298. () Faith, evidence, and action: better guesses in an unknowable world [d]
  299. () Mindfulness and the quality of organizational attention [d]
  300. () Detached mindfulness in cognitive therapy: a metacognitive analysis and ten techniques [d]
  301. () The half-second delay: what follows? [d]
  302. () Enhancing self-awareness in medical students: an overview of teaching approaches [p]
  303. () Resonant leadership: renewing yourself and connecting with others through mindfulness, hope, and compassion [i]
  304. () Moving beyond the comfort zone in psychotherapy [i]
  305. () Mindfulness in hospice care: practicing meditation-in-action [d]
  306. () Mindfulness and marital satisfaction [d]
  307. () Getting unstuck: breaking your habitual patterns and encountering naked reality [i]
  308. () The radical acceptance of everything: living a focusing life [i]
  309. () How now: 100 ways to celebrate the present moment [i]
  310. Christopher K. Germer, Ronald D. Siegel, & Paul R. Fulton [ed] (/2013) Mindfulness and psychotherapy [i]
  311. () Overloaded circuits: why smart people underperform [p] [u]
  312. () Keeping the peace: mindfulness and public service [i]
  313. () Just to be alive is enough [u]
  314. () The gift of self: the art of transparent facilitation [i]
  315. () Becoming alive: psychoanalysis and vitality [i]
  316. () To grow in wisdom: Vannevar Bush, information overload, and the life of leisure [i] [d]
  317. () Improv wisdom: don't prepare, just show up [i]
  318. (/2013) Cultivating attention and compassion [i]
  319. () The when of knowing [d]
  320. () Neuroticism as mental noise: a relation between neuroticism and reaction time standard deviations [d]
  321. (/2013) Relational mindfulness [i]
  322. () Awake at work: facing the challenges of life on the job [i]
  323. () The turbulence within: how sensitivities throw off performance in executives [i]
  324. () Mind time: the temporal factor in consciousness [i]
  325. () Trust [i]
  326. () Self-regulation: context-appropriate balanced attention [i]
  327. () Layers of presence: a bio-cultural approach to understanding presence in natural and mediated environments [d]
  328. () Mindfulness mediation, the cultivation of awareness, mediator neutrality, and the possibility of justice [u]
  329. () Presence: exploring profound change in people, organizations, and society [i]
  330. () Mindful caregiving increases happiness among individuals with profound multiple disabilities [d]
  331. () The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life [i]
  332. () Light on body image treatment: acceptance through mindfulness [p] [d]
  333. () Action inquiry: the secret of timely and transforming leadership [i]
  334. () The false duality of work and leisure [d]
  335. () Confronting the gaps by being present in 'not knowing' [u]
  336. () Radical acceptance: embracing your life with the heart of a Buddha [i]
  337. () The benefits of being present: mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being [d]
  338. () The art of waking people up: cultivating awareness and authenticity at work [i]
  339. () More balls than hands: juggling your way to success by learning to love your mistakes [i]
  340. () Leadership presence: dramatic techniques to reach out, motivate, and inspire [i]
  341. () Mindfulness: method and process [d]
  342. () Beyond book learning: cultivating the pedagogy of experience through field trips [d]
  343. () Martin Buber's I and thou: practicing living dialogue [i]
  344. () The power of full engagement: managing energy, not time, is the key to high performance and personal renewal [i]
  345. Richard Strozzi-Heckler [ed] () Being human at work: bringing somatic intelligence into your professional life [i]
  346. () Humanising forces: phenomenology in science; psychotherapy in technological culture [d]
  347. () The perfect wrong note: learning to trust your musical self [i]
  348. (/2014) The worst is over: what to say when every moment counts [i]
  349. () Pro choices: the right to laugh [i]
  350. () Improvise this!: how to think on your feet so you don't fall on your face [i]
  351. () Healing Zen: awakening to a life of wholeness and compassion while caring for yourself and others [i]
  352. () Off to the side: a memoir [i]
  353. (/2004) To live is just to live [i]
  354. () Making the world my body: Simone Weil and somatic practice [d]
  355. () Place-based education: learning to be where we are [d]
  356. () The art of getting well: a five-step plan for maximizing health when you have a chronic illness [i]
  357. () Learning to exercise timely action now: toward a theory and practice of timely action [u]
  358. () Strangers to ourselves: discovering the adaptive unconscious [i]
  359. () The gift of therapy: an open letter to a new generation of therapists and their patients [i]
  360. () Being upright: Zen meditation and the bodhisattva precepts [i]
  361. () Through the body: a practical guide to physical theatre [i]
  362. () Commentary on Bohart's 'The client is the most important common factor' [d]
  363. () Sit still and pay attention? [d]
  364. () The places that scare you: a guide to fearlessness in difficult times [i]
  365. () Where the action is: the foundations of embodied interaction [i]
  366. () Just being [p]
  367. () Welcome everything [p]
  368. () Making friends with death: a Buddhist guide to encountering mortality [i]
  369. () The precious treasury of the basic space of phenomena [i]
  370. () Light waves: fine tuning the mind [i]
  371. () Finding space: Winnicott, God, and psychic reality [i]
  372. () Practicing presence: the spirituality of caring in everyday life [i]
  373. () Time and intimacy: a new science of personal relationships [i]
  374. () Finding a joyful life in the heart of pain [or: Turning suffering inside out: a Zen approach to living with physical and emotional pain] [i]
  375. () Performativity and the event: enacting a philosophy of difference [d]
  376. () How to use your eyes [i]
  377. () Executive attention and metacognitive regulation [d]
  378. () Be free where you are: a talk given at the Maryland Correctional Institution [i]
  379. () How to get from where you are to where you want to be [i]
  380. Thupten Jinpa & Jaś Elsner [ed] () Songs of spiritual experience: Tibetan Buddhist poems of insight and awakening [i]
  381. () The construct of mindfulness [d]
  382. () Highs!: over 150 ways to feel really, really good... without alcohol or other drugs [i]
  383. () God is at eye level: photography as a healing art [i]
  384. () Zazen and psychotherapeutic presence [p] [d]
  385. () The unbearable automaticity of being [d]
  386. () Re-viewing the nude [d] [j]
  387. () Psychotherapy isn't what you think: bringing the psychotherapeutic engagement into the living moment [i]
  388. () Fear of intimacy [i]
  389. () Dialogue and the art of thinking together: a pioneering approach to communicating in business and in life [i]
  390. () Innocence [i]
  391. () The bodily complexity of truth-telling in qualitative research: some implications of Gendlin's theory [d]
  392. () When healing is more than simply clowning around [d]
  393. (/2001) Relaxing into your being [i]
  394. () Emptying your cup: non-verbal awareness and general semantics [u]
  395. () Inattentional blindness [i]
  396. () Radical presence: teaching as contemplative practice [i]
  397. (/2003) In praise of silence [i]
  398. () The heart of being helpful: empathy and the creation of a healing presence [i]
  399. () When things fall apart: heart advice for difficult times [i]
  400. () On Zen work [u]
  401. Kenneth R. Fox [ed] () The physical self: from motivation to well-being [i]
  402. () My eye, your face: a conversation [i]
  403. () Branch points [i]
  404. () Everyday blessings: the inner work of mindful parenting [i]
  405. () The tao of coaching: boost your effectiveness at work by inspiring those around you [i]
  406. (/2001) The invisible clock: a practical revolution in finding time for everyone and everything [i]
  407. () A year to live: how to live this year as if it were your last [i]
  408. () Teaching in the midst of belatedness: the paradox of natality in Hannah Arendt's educational thought [d]
  409. () Deleuze's philosophy of the concrete [u]
  410. () Expanding our now: the story of open space technology [i]
  411. () Lifelong unlearning [i]
  412. () Focusing-oriented psychotherapy: a manual of the experiential method [i]
  413. (/1998) Be heard now!: tap into your inner speaker and communicate with ease [i]
  414. () Psychotherapy and the ethics of attention [p] [d] [j]
  415. () The necessity of experience [i]
  416. () After theory: from textuality to attunement with the world [d] [j]
  417. () Bare bones meditation: waking up from the story of my life [i]
  418. () Effortless mastery: liberating the master musician within [i]
  419. () Dismantling fixations [u]
  420. () Action in the physical everyday world [i]
  421. () Nonabandonment: a central obligation for physicians [d]
  422. () Start where you are: a guide to compassionate living [i]
  423. () Wherever you go, there you are: mindfulness meditation in everyday life [i]
  424. () The community of those who have nothing in common [i]
  425. () Odes to common things [i]
  426. () Experiencing: the basis of psychotherapy [d]
  427. () John Cage, writer: previously uncollected pieces [i]
  428. () The call of service: a witness to idealism [i]
  429. () Call me by my true names: the collected poems of Thich Nhat Hanh [i]
  430. () Love in action: writings on nonviolent social change [i]
  431. (/2009) The blooming of a lotus: guided meditation for achieving the miracle of mindfulness [i]
  432. (/2003) Essays on the blurring of art and life [i]
  433. () Tailoring the therapeutic relationship, or being an authentic chameleon [d]
  434. () Being elsewhere [i]
  435. () What is 'experiencing'?: a critical review of meanings and applications in psychotherapy [d]
  436. () The complete fulfillment (dzogchen) tradition and existential psychology [u]
  437. () To be fully there: psychological presence at work [d]
  438. (/2005) On living and dying [i]
  439. () The art and practice of compassion & empathy [i]
  440. () Writings = Schriften [i]
  441. () Beyond empathy: expanding expressions of caring [d]
  442. () Attunement through the body [i]
  443. () Peace is every step: the path of mindfulness in everyday life [i]
  444. () The listening book: discovering your own music [i]
  445. (/1998) The user illusion: cutting consciousness down to size [i]
  446. (/1998) Maxwell's me [i]
  447. () A single breath [i]
  448. () Flow: the psychology of optimal experience [i]
  449. () Present moment, wonderful moment: mindfulness verses for daily living [i]
  450. () Full catastrophe living: using the wisdom of your body and mind to face stress, pain, and illness [i]
  451. (/2007) Body-centered psychotherapy: the Hakomi method: the integrated use of mindfulness, nonviolence, and the body [i]
  452. () The absent body [i]
  453. () The loss of wisdom [i] [d]
  454. () Sitting, laboring, and changing: a critical examination of the indigenous Japanese psychotherapies [o]
  455. () From reductionism to creativity: rDzogs-chen and the new sciences of mind [i]
  456. () Mindfulness [i]
  457. () A visionary journey: The story of the wildwood delights and The story of the Mount Potala delights [i]
  458. (/1996) Dzogchen: the self-perfected state [i]
  459. () The power of myth [i]
  460. (/1998) How you do anything is how you do everything: a workbook [i]
  461. (/2003) Conversing with Cage [i]
  462. (/1993) Body process: working with the body in psychotherapy [i]
  463. (/2000) You are the eyes of the world: a guide to the meaning of pure and total presence [i]
  464. () Choices: making an art of everyday life [i]
  465. (/1996) The long road turns to joy: a guide to walking meditation [i]
  466. (/1998) The key: and the name of the key is willingness [i]
  467. () Geography is a field subject [j]
  468. (/2003) The real experiment [i]
  469. () Experience as art: aesthetics in everyday life [i]
  470. () The elusive obvious or basic Feldenkrais [i]
  471. (/1997) Tent posts = Poteaux d'angle [i]
  472. () Love and living [i]
  473. () No acting, please: a revolutionary approach to acting and living [i]
  474. (/1981) Focusing [i]
  475. () The body's releasing steps in experiential process [i]
  476. () Skillful means: gentle ways to successful work [i]
  477. () Time, space, and knowledge: a new vision of reality [i]
  478. () Kindly bent to ease us: part one: mind [i]
  479. () Kindly bent to ease us: part two: meditation [i]
  480. () Kindly bent to ease us: part three: wonderment [i]
  481. (/1987) Work [i]
  482. () Empathic: an unappreciated way of being [d]
  483. () The book of highs: 250 ways to alter consciousness without drugs [i]
  484. () Celebration of awareness: a call for institutional revolution [o]
  485. (/1979) Creative silence [i]
  486. (/1979) Learning to live [i]
  487. () Selected writings: the space within [o]
  488. (/1972) The power of mindfulness [i] [u]
  489. () A year from Monday: new lectures and writings [i]
  490. () Conceptions of broad and narrow attention [p]
  491. (/1971) Self-disclosure: an experimental analysis of the transparent self [i]
  492. () Silence: lectures and writings [i]
  493. () To hallow this life: an anthology [o]
  494. () Pointing the way: collected essays [o] [u]
  495. (/1998) The sense of wonder [i]
  496. (/1967) Julliard lecture [i]
  497. () The dangers of literacy [d] [j]
  498. () Lecture on nothing [i]
  499. (/1998) Leisure, the basis of culture; The philosophical act [i]
  500. (/1965) Between man and man [i]
  501. Henry David Thoreau & Carl Bode [ed] (/1964) The portable Thoreau [i]
  502. (/1985) The sorcerer's apprentice [i]
  503. (/1996) The importance of living [i]
  504. (/2013) A common faith [i] [j]
  505. () Art as experience [i]
  506. (/1998) How to learn to observe [i]
  507. (/1970) I and thou [i]
  508. (/1957) Productivity and existence [o] [u]
  509. (/1992) Training in reasoning [i]
  510. (/1964) Walking [i] [u]
  511. (/1964) Solitude [i] [u]
  512. (/2007) Now that I come to die: intimate guidance from one of Tibet's greatest masters [i]
  513. (/2000) An adamantine song on purposeless pursuits [i]

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