Editor’s notes: It looks like there is a bias towards reporting more positive research results of studies into mindfulness. Clearly, to understand what mindfulness can do we will need to see the positive and negative results.
Editor’s note: An interview with Ellen Langer, whose research on mindfulness has greatly influenced thinking across a range of fields, from behavioral economics to positive psychology.
Editor’s note: ‘The scientific community now believes that by practicing daily mindfulness we can take advantage of the neuroplasticity of our brains and thereby improve the state of our lives.’ A great article on mindfulness.
Editor’s note: Study says mindfulness is the best way to really know ourselves.