Mindful voices

Wednesday, July 17 2013

Barry Boyce, Mindful's Editor-in-Chief, explains. 

Friends of mine from Baltimore were presenting a program on mindfulness and yoga for at-risk youth a few weeks ago, and I attended for several days.

Read more »
posted by Barry Boyce, 3:10 pm
Login or Register to post comments
Monday, July 15 2013

Elisha Goldstein on the commodification of mindfulness. 

Ever since mindfulness began spreading its wings in Western culture, there has been the fear that it would be stripped down, diluted and packaged for sale by greedy money-hoarding capitalists just

Read more »
posted by Elisha Goldstein, 1:27 pm
Login or Register to post comments
Thursday, July 11 2013

From shaky handy-cam to live-streaming television, Publisher James Gimian unveils what could be next at Mindful—with your help.

I'm pleased to share the news about Mindful's exciting new project—mindfulTV, which we’re launching with our first-ever Read more »

posted by Anonymous, 12:43 pm
Login or Register to post comments
Wednesday, May 22 2013

"It feels very annoying, and very worthwhile." Ed Halliwell on what mindful movement taught him about his patterns of thinking. 

It’s week three of the mindfulness-based stress reduction courses I’m currently teaching, and that means our main work is mindful movement.

Read more »
posted by Ed Halliwell, 2:47 pm
Login or Register to post comments
Friday, May 3 2013

Beyond grades, this study suggests that teens can rewire their ability to regulate attention and stress. 

A study out of the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) recently came out that showed how a two-week mi

Read more »
posted by Elisha Goldstein, 12:26 pm
Login or Register to post comments