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Jen Johnson

http://everydaymindful.com


Jen Johnson is a psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher, and speaker offering mind-body wellness counseling and training for people who want to live with greater peace, happiness, and well-being. She teaches people how to live intentionally, live well, and live their full potential. Jen provides individual counseling and mindfulness training in person and by phone and Skype. She teaches workshops and retreats on Mindfulness, Mindful Writing, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. Jen is the author of Daily OM’s online mindfulness class. She blogs about mindfulness and wellness at www.everydaymindful.com and is writing a book about living mindfully.


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Posts by Jen Johnson:

  • How To Meditate Part III: Mindfulness Of Feelings

  • April 18th, 2013
    In a previous post, I explored the first foundation of mindfulness, mindfulness of the body. The second foundation of mindfulness is mindfulness of feelings. Just as many of us learned as children to disconnect from [...]






  • How to Meditate Part II: Mindfulness of the Body

  • December 5th, 2012
    The body is our greatest source of internal wisdom. The body provides our most immediate experience of the present moment. What is required on our part is a willingness to pay attention and listen. Unfortunately, many [...]






  • How to Meditate: Part I—Awareness of Breath Meditation

  • November 6th, 2012
    In my last post, 5 Things You Can Do to Live a Mindful Life, I explored ways that we can live mindfully. The first of those 5 things is to cultivate a formal mindfulness meditation practice, because the formal practice [...]






  • 5 Things You Can Do to Live a Mindful Life

  • October 24th, 2012
    Mindfulness—lately it’s become a hot topic of conversation in book clubs and popular magazines. Last weekend someone even brought it up in conversation at a party. If you haven’t attended a mindfulness class and [...]