Every day on @2:50 we prompt ourselves with three simple practices. observe your breathing and let it go in and out by itself or; notice sensations in your body with your mind’s eye or; visualize a relaxing scene or something you are grateful for. Many participants have asked for more information on how to do… Continue reading Simple mindfulness practices you can use anywhere.
Taking even just a few minutes of quiet reflection time each day has been cited to reduce stress, increase immune response, and even change brain structures to help mitigate the “reptilian” responses our physiology uses to react to a changing world.
8 June 2021 – Boxed Breathing with Lauren Navy Seal /Box Breathing* [4-4-4-4] https://youtu.be/ruElUiVoQPQ (2 min 8 sec) – simple start and help gain control of our vagus nerve and calm the core. Dr. Rangan Chatterjee / Stress Solution [3-4-5] breathing practice https://youtu.be/tfuTUPHkX4Y (1 min 36 sec) posture and 2 types of breathing: lung (shallow) breathing vs… Continue reading Mindfulness resources and shares
A collective poem for the anniversary of @2:50 Thank you to participants and guests for joining us to celebrate the anniversary of MIT@2:50 and for your individual and collective contributions to our celebratory poems! Thanks to Lizarett Flavour for curating the chaos into a beautiful verse. Find the original on her site. Thank you to… Continue reading At the hour’s top
The daily event has brought together people from every continent for over 88,000 person/minutes of quiet reflection MIT@2:50 was initiated on 12 March 2020 as a temporary reaction to growing anxiety surrounding the pandemic. The daily mindful reflection period was shared widely within MIT and across the globe to become a daily staple for participants… Continue reading Experiential MIT@2:50 ten-minute daily mindfulness convenes for 250th consecutive day