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Does Mindfulness insensitive the Conscience?

Mindfulness in schools: It’s the latest buzz, prompted in part by rapidly-proliferating programs such as Goldie Hawn’s MindUP. In the wake of recent publicity,...

Military Meditation Strikes insular Ire

Yoga in yet another treasured American institution, the military, has recently spurred frustration among evangelicals. Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council, expresses...

Workplace Mindfulness: Silver Bullet or Trojan Horse?

Mindfulness programs are increasingly viewed as solutions to a host of workplace afflictions, from worker absenteeism to the perils of multitasking, impaired productivity and...

Are We “Abusing the Buddha?”

Mindfulness is all the rage, if you haven’t noticed; since January, related articles have been published in Time Magazine, the New York Times, and...

Can Yoga assist Disadvantaged Women?

A new study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University suggests that the stress-reducing power of yoga and mindfulness can be a powerful tool in...

Mindfulness May subdue Smoking Cravings

Interesting new research suggests that practicing mindfulness may be helpful in smoking cessation efforts. A recent study indicates that mindfulness alone (absent explicit instructions...

Mindfulness Helps Irritable Bowel Syndrome

A recent randomized controlled trial published by the American Journal of Gastroenterology found that an 8-week, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course significantly reduced Irritable...

10 Wonderful Ways to Create a Mindful Morning

Many people struggle with getting motivated to start their day off with a sense of mindfulness, calm, groundedness, and ease. There are plenty of...

Dahn Hak Tested Against Meditation and Yoga

“Brain Wave Vibration Training” (BWV): It sounds like something from a science fiction novel. But BWV is part of the controversial Dahn Hak system,...

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