Mindful magazine

October 2017 | Issue № 28

Features

Take Time To Go Deep 

Want to unplug and reconnect with what really matters? We recommend these five retreat centers across North America. Read More 

  • Victoria Dawson
  • October 1, 2017

The Downward Spiral of Shame 

You aren’t defined by your most shameful moments, say Patricia Rockman. Learn how to transform this most paralyzing of emotions. Read More 

  • Patricia Rockman
  • October 1, 2017

Going Nowhere, Slowly 

Barry Boyce on how to unearth delights and insights through an aimless stroll. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce
  • October 1, 2017

Testimonials

The reach of mindfulness is constantly expanding and Mindful Magazine plays a critical role in this growth. Mindful Magazine is a great resource and support for everyone teaching, practicing, learning, and being introduced to mindfulness.

Ali Smith, Holistic Life Foundation

Mindful has become a really important resource for me and my own family. My own mother reads it, which is quite shocking to me, that my mother reads Mindful magazine, never having expressed any interest in this topic before. But I think it says something about the skill with which you can bring this topic to a wide audience and help people feel comfortable with what might seem like exotic strangeness to some. What you do is make it so accessible and so human that how can it not be the success that it’s become.

Jeremy Hunter, Assistant professor of practice at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management at Claremont Graduate University.

Mindful has already helped tremendously in that it has had a major effect in mainstream people recognizing that these practices are human practices and helpful to all of us.

Mirabai Bush, Co-founder of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society

The work that Mindful has been doing since launching has really been supportive of me and others in the field already. Just having Mindful publication and web resources available really has helped me in the work of mainstreaming mindfulness, normalizing it as a way of supporting effectiveness and thriving in our lives that is accessible to everybody.

Rhonda Magee, Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco, leading presenter in mindfulness for lawyers.

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