THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO
EXPAND AT EVERY LEVEL
Welcome to the Habitual Roots Resource Page, a curated list of the tools and websites we
strongly recommend for exploring and growing your personal and professional habits.
Please note that the resources listed on this page are aligned with our valued practice(s) and are what we've decided to use while developing Habitual Roots.
Before digging into the awesome resources we know and trust, an important disclosure:
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donation we make when you decide to buy. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you
feel you need them or that they will help you achieve your goals.
Sounds True is by far our favorite resource. With the world's largest living library of teachings that support and accelerate professional and personal transformation. They provide an authentic, trustworthy, and safe online experience for explorers available on multiple media platforms for people of today and for future generations.
Gaia is one of the most impactful resources on the web. Explore over 8,000 ad-free, streaming titles that challenge modern paradigms and allow you to manifest the reality that defines your being. Gaia will help you achieve your highest potential at your convenience. Stream any of their unique programming on the screen of your choice.
Gaiam is a leading provider in yoga practices and resources. They aim to do more—help more, live more, be more active. They empower people to embrace every part of our perfectly imperfect selves—especially when it comes to yoga. That’s why they provide yoga, fitness, and wellness products for you just as you are—from the beginner in you to the expert in you. The real you.
RESEARCH ON: YOURSELF
The hardest thing in the world is to know yourself. Feel free to explore the tests below to develop a core understanding on your habits and tendencies.
RESEARCH ON: MINDFULNESS
What are the Benefits of Mindfulness? A Practice Review of Psychotherapy Related RESEARCH
|Davis, Daphne M. and Jeffery A. Hayes. "What are the Benefits of Mindfulness? A Practice Review of Psychotherapy Related Reseach." Psychotherapy, vol.48, no.2, 2011, pp. 198-208.|
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The Potential Benefits of Mindfulness Training in Early Childhood:A Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective
|Zelazo, David Phillip and Kristen E. Lyons. "The Potential Benefits of Mindfulness Training in Early Childhood:A Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective." Child Development Perspectives, vol.6, no.2, 2012, pp.154-160.|
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The Benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation: Changes in Emotional States of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress
|Schreiner, Istvan and James P. Malcolm. "The Benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation: Changes in Emotional States of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress." Behavior Change, vol.25, no.3, 2008, pp. 156-168.|
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The Benefits of Being Present: Mindfulness and It's Role in Psychological Wellbeing
|Brown, Kirk Warren and Richard M. Ryan. "The Benefits of Being Present: Mindfulness and It's Role in Psychological Wellbeing." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol.84, no.4, 2003, pp. 822-848.|
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Benefit of Mindfulness at Work: The Role of Mindfulness in Emotion REgulation, Emotional Exhaustion, and Job Satisfaction
|Hulsheger, Ute R., et al. "Benefit of Mindfulness at Work: The Role of Mindfulness in Emotion Rgulation, Emotional Exhaustion, and Job Satisfaction." Journal of Applied Psychology, Advance Online Publication, 2012, pp. 1-16.|
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RESEARCH ON: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Resilience to Negative Life Events
|Armstrong, Andrew R., Roslyn F. Galligan, and Christine R. Critchley. "Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Resilience to Negative Life Events." Personality and Individual Differences, vol.51, 2011, pp.331-336|
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Effects of an Emotional Intelligence Intervention on Aggression and Empathy Among Adolescents
|Castillo, Ruth et al. "Effects of an Emotional Intelligence Intervention on Aggression and Empathy Among Adolescents." Journal of Adolescence, vol.36, no.5, pp.883-892.|
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Increasing Emotional Intelligence Through Training: Current Status and Future Directions
|Shutte, Nicola S., John M. Malouff, and Einar B. Thorsteinsson. " Increasing Emotional IntelligenceThrough Training: Current Status and Future Directions." The International Journal of Emotional Education, vol.5, no.1, 2013, pp. 56-72.|
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RESEARCH ON: FOREST HEALING
Effects of Forest Therapy on Depressive Symptoms Among Adults: A Systematic Review
|Lee, Insook et al. "Effects of Forest Therapy on Depressive Symptoms Among Adults: A Systematic Review." International Journal of environmental Research and Public Health, vol. 14, no.3, 2017, pp. 321-339.|
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