Monday, December 1, 2014


Do you ever feel as though you have so much on your mind that you can't possibly relax?
You're not alone.
You may find the practice of mindfulness helpful.

Mindfulness is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary* as "a state of intense concentration on one's own thought processes; self-awareness." 

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Instead of worrying about the future or regretting the past, you are focused on the present moment.
How does one achieve this enviable state?

Start with our resources
If you search our catalog using meditation OR stress management as a subject, you will find over a hundred resources, including print books, e-books, and streaming video.

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Need help?
Give us a call at (254) 968-9249 during library hours.

Edited to add: If you need a quick audio boost, try these free guided meditations from UCLA.
If you have a few more minutes, search "Guided Meditations" on our Films on Demand database.

*This link is intended for Tarleton faculty, staff, and students with access to our online resources. If you are off-campus, you will have to log in using your UID and password.

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