Making positive lifestyle changes requires courage, honesty, reflection, and the not-so-simple ability to be aware of the choices you make every hour of every day.
This Mindset Toolkit supports the information and guidance you receive in the Mindset Module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. The resources on this page will help you make lasting lifestyle changes that will decrease inflammation and enhance your immune system’s ability to fight disease.
Buddhist teachings offer a vivid image of the way most of our brains work. Our common tendency to feel unsettled, distracted, restless, or confused is labeled “Monkey Mind”.
A Process for Coping with Challenging Situations in 9 Steps (adapted from the book Full Catastrophe Living, by Jon Kabat-Zinn) Recognize that there are two separate parts to a challenging situation: f…
Writing down the things you’re grateful for is a great tool to help you begin to change your mindset.
Take some time to reflect on what you have learned about Mindfulness. Instructions: Think about the many ways mindfulness can be a useful tool in improving your life.
Instructions on How to Meditate Reprinted from Waking Up, by Sam Harris Sit comfortably, with your spine erect, either in a chair or cross-legged on a cushion.
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