Interviews

Mental Health

How to Boldly Move On 

Star Trek fans know Deep Space Nine actor Nana Visitor as the officer who suffered personal trauma on her home planet Bajor. When that narrative played out in her own life during the show’s filming, she turned to mindfulness. Read More

  • Tony Stultz

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Interviews

A Better Version of Yourself 

Improving collaboration, problem solving, and happiness: Why LinkedIn is creating a world-class mindfulness program for its 10,000 employees. Read More 

  • Heather Hurlock
  • June 5, 2017
Interviews

Wise Judgement 

Law professor, mindfulness instructor, and former judge Gretchen Rohr on the ways mindful-ness and justice intersect. Read More 

  • Victoria Dawson
  • April 1, 2017
Interviews

Fight Back Without Empowering What You’re Fighting Against 

We should always fight for what’s right. But when we’re on the defensive, our brains contract around that feeling, and that affects how we respond—with more reactivity (we've all seen our friends Facebook updates lately), which can stifle skillful action. How do we let go, and still keep going? Read More 

  • Stephany Tlalka
  • February 23, 2017
Interviews

Being Present with Cancer 

Fear. Uncertainty about the future. Some of the most difficult elements of the cancer experience are well-suited for mindfulness, and 20 years of research into Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) is beginning to bear out the benefits. Plus — try this breathing meditation to alleviate insomnia. Read More 

  • Lu Hanessian
  • February 22, 2017

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