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The Brain

How Your Brain Falls for the Wrong Ideas 

Our own cognitive biases, combined with a fast-paced chaotic environment, wear down our ability to discern false narratives from facts. Amishi Jha explains the science on how to shift away from divisiveness and boost your brain’s resilience. Read More

  • Amishi Jha

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Daily Practices

How Mindfulness Teachers Can Build Brave Space 

Mindful self-compassion teacher Steve Hickman offers advice for his fellow teachers to lovingly acknowledge the turbulence of their own hearts, and those of their students, during times where compassionate presence and action are needed more than ever. Read More 

  • Steve Hickman
  • July 8, 2020
Daily Practices

Using Mindfulness to Break Racial Bias 

Anu Gupta, founder and CEO of BE MORE with Anu, offers five portable compassion-based tools to face and transform racial bias at work and in day-to-day life. Read More 

  • Anu Gupta
  • July 2, 2020
Interviews

Maybe it’s The Barrel: Mindful Policing Gets Real 

Founding Editor Barry Boyce speaks with mindfulness trainer and former police lieutenant Richard Goerling on how mindfulness can ground policing in humanity rather than tactics that often result in severe injury and death. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • June 18, 2020
Audio

A Conversation on Mindfulness, Bias and Racial Justice 

It's difficult to have a conversation about racism, privilege and fragility without things getting heated. In this Point of View Podcast, experts weigh in on the role mindfulness plays in understanding and navigating racial justice. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • October 15, 2019

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