Editors’ Blog

Friday, March 1 2013

Mindfulness is more than moment-to-moment awareness. It's a kind, curious awareness that helps us relate to ourselves and others, says Shauna Shapiro. 

I attended my first meditation retreat in Thailand 17 years ago.

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Thursday, February 28 2013

Does moment-to-moment mindfulness mean we need to switch off? We discuss the pros and cons. 

Friday, March 1, marked the fourth annual National Day of Unplugging.

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Thursday, February 21 2013

Support from this leading funder of mindfulness-based initiatives brings Mindful closer to its funding goal. 

The Foundation for a Mindful Society, publisher of the newly launched magazine, Mindful, is pleased to announce that we have received a significant investment from the 1440 Foundation of S

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Wednesday, February 20 2013

They might be a little corny, a little quirky, but they work. Barry Boyce, Mindful's Editor-in-Chief, explains Mindful Interrupters. 

Welcome to Mindful interrupters.

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Monday, January 28 2013

Mindful Publisher Jim Gimian and I travelled last week to the Inauguration ceremonies for President Obama as guests of Representative Tim Ryan, author of A Mindful Nation. (Jim and I helped Representative Ryan with the conception, shaping, and promoting of the book; in the second issue of Mindful, PBS NewsHour political editor Christina Bellantoni profiles Representative Ryan and reports on his work with mindfulness.)

At the inauguration, we joined close to a million people stretching from the west front of the Capitol down the Mall and to the Lincoln Memorial for a great party that I found both uplifting and moving.

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