Category Archives: MBSR

Deepening crisis in meditation research

Is contemporary mindfulness a meditation practice or something different? Continue reading

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Putting the Meditator at the Centre of the Research

Meditators know the most about meditation, if science ignores them they miss a trick. Continue reading

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No Agreement over the Meaning of the Term Mindfulness

What is the authentic meaning of mindfulness? Continue reading

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The origins of MBSR; Zen and mindfulness

Mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) its origins and context. Continue reading

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Reliability in the Definition of Mindfulness

Definitions of mindfulness – MBSR, MBCT Continue reading

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Mindfulness Practice Leads To Increases in Regional Brain Grey Matter Density

Mindfulness increases some brain matter dentsity Continue reading

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