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Zen Breaks
Mindfulness for the Holiday Season and New Year
By Zen Breaks • Issue #34 • View online
ZEN BREAKS 34 - High expectations can lead to disappointment and stress

You can get excited about the future. The past won’t mind. (Hillay Depiano)
109. Solitude at Christmas
No One Should Be Alone at Christmas
No One Should Be Alone at Christmas
Being alone has nothing wrong. However, feeling alone is not a good thing. We can learn to see and feel the difference between these situations.
May we always know how to share our attention and time with those who feel lonely. If we can make their lives a little happier, our hearts will thank us.
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110. Mindfulness for the Holiday Season
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
The holiday season may not always be a happy time in our lives. 
Usually, we have high expectations for this time of the year, which can easily lead to disappointment and stress.
Mingyur Rinpoche explains how to have a more calm holiday season with the help of awareness, love, and compassion.
111. Mindfulness for the New Year
A Monk's Approach to New Years
A Monk's Approach to New Years
When we are expecting the New Year to come, we prepare ourselves to let go of the past and make awesome plans for the future.
In this video, Nick Keomahavong explains how monks look at the New Year.
An interesting approach in which we may discover they are more advanced than we think. We wait for the end of the year to let go of the past, they are more advanced, they try to do it every day.
"Positive Words" Personal Journal
"Positive Words" Personal Journal
Positive Words Journal: One Positive Word a Day Journal. A Notebook Journal for a Happy Life (Get to Know Yourself Journals)
"How To Be Calmer" eBooks
"How To Be Calmer" eBooks
“How To Calm Down” eBooks series - simple and practical ways to reduce stress in you daily life, by Zen Michael.
Thank you for sharing this moment. Remember that a few Breaks everyday keeps the stress away. Practice it.
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