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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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Here we summarise a long list of proposed mechanisms of meditation that outline how positive change resulting from mindfulness meditation and other meditation practices comes about. In addition to a list of these mechanisms, we also consider different models that offer integrated views on how the mechanisms work and interact, including Buddhist and therapeutic perspectives. […]
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Mechanisms of mindfulness meditation: The Intention – Attention – Attitude model A good understanding how mindfulness meditation unfolds its beneficial effects is pivotal, whether scientist or mindfulness practitioner. Here, models of the mindfulness mechanisms are a true blessing. Such models direct scientists when specifying their hypotheses and when designing their studies. In turn, the results […]
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