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In our 5th Anniversary issue, Peter Jaret investigates how mindfulness is making inroads in health care through habit change, stress reduction, self-care, and decreasing physical burnout. In the first installment of our new Get Real series (mindfulness for the hard stuff), discover tips for approaching arguments with more insight and care. Plus, learn how mindfulness works to break bad habits.
On the cover: Digital designer Irene Au shares the wisdom she’s found through learning and teaching yoga in the fast-paced culture of Silicon Valley.
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Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce on why mindfulness is not something for a select few. It’s our human birthright.→
Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, comments on the first medical school division dedicated to studying the impact of meditation.→
Mindfulness is a practice of being with whatever shows up—that includes the sniffles and itchy eyes.→
DNA determines much of who we are, but it’s not fixed for life. Our behavior and environment can effect alterations to genes for good or ill. Can meditating affect us at a genetic level?→