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Mindfulness and obesity

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Almost three weeks since the last post. NO! – meditation and mindfulness research did not come to a sudden standstill. I was abroad, presenting our work at the Research Seminar in Experimental and Neuro-Cognitive Psychology at the Ludwig-Maximilians…

Neither vibrating nor not vibrating!

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One way of expressing the aim of buddhist meditation practice may be to say that is is about overcoming the extremes of clinging to existence or to non-existence: “Form is emptiness - emptiness is form - form and emptiness are inseperable" An…

Mindfulness meditation – How does it work? Part Two

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In a recent post I introduced a theoretical paper that outlines…

Mindfulness meditation - How does it work?

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Buddhist Mindfulness practice has been around for more than 2500…

Buddhists make rational economic decisions

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A recent study into human decision-making revealed that experienced…

Mindfulness meditation reduces pain

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Even brief engagement with mindfulness meditation reduces pain:…

Meditation on buddha forms improves visual spatial processing

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In Indo-Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism (Engl.: Diamond Way),…

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