The Science

Serene Cards is a simple and fun introduction to
mindfulness by condensing proven techniques and
principles into bite-sized and engaging activities.

improving empathy

strengthening focus and attention

increasing gratitude

developing positive self image

nurture curiosity and awareness

calming methods

Some of the proven principles and technique for
better living that we use in our cards:

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Improve Creativity

Mindfulness meditation has been shown as a great technique to improve creativity. It's side effects reduce the activity of the reptilian brain (responsible for our fight or flight response) while stimulating the neocortex (where we do our best creative thinking).

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Improve Relationships

Evidence suggests that mindfulness positively effects ones ability to express oneself, it also helps protect against the emotionally stressful effects of relationship conflict as well as beinf a predictot for relationship satisfaction.

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Reduced Stress

Mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) has been shown to decrease stress, ruminating and anxiety as well as fatigue in those who practiced it.

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Reduced Emotional
Reactivity

It's been shown that Mindfulness meditators develop the skill of self-observation as well as activating regions of the brain associated with being more adaptive when responding to stressful or negative situations.

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Improve Empathy
and Compassion

Shown to promote empathy and compassion, it's believed that two components of Mindfulness - nonjudging and nonreacting can help us take on others perspectives more easily and thus react with greater compassion.

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Better living is just a card away.
Get Mindful Now!

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Sources: "Benefits of mindfulness at work: The role of mindfulness in emotion regulation, emotional exhaustion, and job satisfaction." Hulsheger, Alberts, Feinholt, Lang. Journal of Applied Psychology Mar 2013 - American Psychological Association. "The Potential Benefits of Mindfulness Training in Early Childhood: A Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective’ - Philip David Zelazo and Kristen E. LyonsJun 2012. The Society for Research in Child Development Davis and Hayes – American Psychological Association – Jun 2011