Category Archives: phenomenology

Mirror Neurons – Embodied Cognition

Mirror neurons may have significant implications for meditators and spiritual practitioners. Continue reading

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Investigating the Phenomenological Matrix of Mindfulness-Related Practices from a Neurocognitive Perspective

Title: Investigating the Phenomenological Matrix of Mindfulness-Related Practices from a Neurocognitive Perspective Authors: Antoine Lutz, Amishi P. Jha, John D. Dunne, Clifford D. Saron Year: 2015 Summary: This review of research into mindfulness summarises a significant amount of recent nonclinical … Continue reading

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