I have been thinking a lot about joy lately; how to create it, access it and awaken it. One of the key benefits of mindfulness is the ability to cultivate and create more joy in our lives; to reclaim your joy if you have lost it along the way. One of my favorite meditation teachers, James Baraz, calls Mindfulness “the basic tool for a joyful life.” I don't believe we find joy. I believe we create it. It is a type of relationship we . . .