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Equanimity plays an important role in Buddhist psychology. In the last few years it also gained traction in psychological research, particularly in relation to meditation and mindfulness. Although equanimity research is still limited, first results indicate that it may be an important driver for some of the positive effects mindfulness-based approaches yield. For years evidence […]
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What is mindfulness meditation and how did it come about? The history of mindfulness-based stress reduction Mindfulness meditation entered public awareness through the pioneering work of Jon Kabat-Zinn (2007). In the late 1970s, he extracted a few basic meditation practices from their Buddhist framework to introduce them as universally applicable – non-spiritual – exercises. His […]
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