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Well-Being

How We Learn To Observe Our Own Biases 

Mindfulness is often taught to and by middle-aged white women, but some of the most intense and interesting work is being offered to diverse and disenfranchised communities—bringing our cultural and class biases out into the open. Read More 

  • Patricia Rockman and Evan Collins
  • September 3, 2019
Well-Being

Has Mindfulness Become Too Self-Involved? 

Mindfulness isn’t all about self-improvement—It’s about remembering we’re all connected. Here are 10 ways to put compassion in action in your community. Read More 

  • Patricia Rockman and Evan Collins
  • August 1, 2019
Meditation

Mindfulness Wants You to Get Real With Yourself 

Mindfulness is not about accessing bliss—it’s about tamping down on the temptation to opt out of the unpleasant and only seek the pleasant. The result? A healthier relationship with your thoughts and your emotions, no matter what comes your way. Read More 

  • Stephany Tlalka and Patricia Rockman
  • February 15, 2019
Uncategorized

Why Cancer Survivors Need Mindfulness 

Serious illness often marks both body and mind: Mindfulness helps us to face what we would rather not: learning from the unwanted, perhaps even being enriched by it. Read More 

  • Patricia Rockman
  • October 23, 2018

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