April 2019

Interviews

Trusting Yourself Enough to Break 

Taryn Toomey’s “The Class” is an intense dive into physical and spiritual catharis—an exploration of self on the edge of what’s tolerable. Read More

  • Jennifer Wolff

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Mental Health

Make Peace with Your Anxious Brain 

The latest research in neuroscience is revealing how mindfulness can help rewire—and calm—ancient brain networks tied to stress, anxiety, and overwhelm. Explore the mind of a meditator and practices for greater calm and confidence. Read More 

  • Barbara Paulsen
  • March 11, 2019
Science

The Science of Bouncing Back from Trauma 

What causes us to move on from traumatic experiences? Psychologists are finding it’s not always about bouncing back—sometimes we have to feel our whole world fall to pieces. Read More 

  • Sharon Begley
  • March 7, 2019
Health

Grieving For and Loving Our Planet 

Wilderness expert and renowned mindfulness teacher Mark Coleman shares how he is learning to hold the intense beauty of nature—and devastation of climate change—in his mindfulness practice. Read More 

  • Mark Coleman
  • February 25, 2019
Interviews

Finding Your Way Back Home 

For Dena Simmons, “mindfulness was not something that I got to do by sitting in a quiet space and meditating.” She shares her mindful journey from the streets of Bronx to the ivory towers of Yale and back. Read More 

  • Victoria Dawson
  • February 21, 2019
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Are We Distracted, or Just Rude? 

Armed with phones, we navigate our world with our heads down. But the basic project of mindfulness isn’t just self-improvement—it’s about being attentive to what’s going on around us, and where we fit in, says Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce. Read More 

  • Barry Boyce
  • February 19, 2019

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