Getting in the zone is part of it, but letting go of outcomes is what gets Olympians to the podium.
Meditation for Med Students
Zen practitioner and general surgery resident Rebecca Williams-Karnesky teaches mindfulness to overwhelmed medical students.
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Meditation Month 2019: Noting Pleasant, Unpleasant, and Neutral Sensations: Exploring Feeling Tone
Week 3 of Martine Batchelor’s guided meditation video series
Shinnyo-en Priest Bringing Meditation to New York City Police Department
An “instant connection” between Buddhist priest Qalvy Grainzvolt and former NYPD Transit Chief Joe Fox set the groundwork for teaching meditation to America’s largest police force.
Are You Looking to Buddhism When You Should Be Looking to Therapy?
The ultimate goal of Buddhist practice isn’t about achieving mental health.
IdeasMagazine | Special Section
How mindfulness became the Buddhist fulfillment of a Protestant dream
The biology of mindfulness
In a new interview with The New Humanism‘s editor Rick Heller, Daniel Siegel (above) lays out the neurological fundamentals of smelling a rose, the mental architecture of a mirage—and of always wanting a new toy (just…
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Tough Teachings To Ease The Mind
Do we respond to physical pain in the wisest way? Fleeing it, we get caught in it. A Thai meditation master has another answer: Get to know suffering to be free of it.
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