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Beyond the Blink

The below quote should be enought to get you to read the article and then hopefully the book that will expand on the subject of reacting vs responding. For those that have taken my classes in prison it will only … Continue reading

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Tomorrow begins our 21st MBSR program.

         

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Stanford studies monks’ meditation, compassion

What are the forces that drives us and how can we control or at a minimum make them work for us. There are some great brain scan photos in the linked article. ‘….The “monk study” at Stanford is part of an … Continue reading

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Can Transcendental Meditation help rehabilitate prison inmates?

You can argue the this and that of meditation but in a world where: ‘…about 3.1% of adults in the U.S. resident population. Statistics indicate that more than 65% of those released from prison are rearrested, reconvicted, and return to … Continue reading

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DEMENTIA CAUSED BY STRESSFUL LIFESTYLE

This is one that caught me by surprise and just had to put it out there. ‘….A study at the University of Kuopio in Finland has found that the long-term effects of stress may be the biggest cause of the … Continue reading

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