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Growing challenges to the science of mindfulness is forcing a rethink in how we measure and understand the benefits of meditation. Continue reading
Earlier this year Plos One took the step of retracting a well known and widely cited mindfulness related study. Continue reading
Strategic reviews are challenging the popular perception of the beneficial effects of mindfulness Continue reading
The first episode of NDA offers an introduction into duality and non duality. It’s nice, easy to follow and uses everyday examples that makes the subject very approachable.
Does mind wandering inevitably lead to unhappiness?
Train in compassion to create a more positive outlook. Continue reading
The default mode network has a crucial but poorly understood role in how meditation influences brain structure and function. This paper sets out some of the current thinking regarding self-generated thought. Continue reading
Meditation and mindfulness may help to keep your brain young Continue reading