Resources

The resources related to mindfulness, meditation, stress reduction, personal and professional development are too numerous to cite on this one page alone. I invite you to do a general search and find out more about specific areas that interest you. You can find mindfulness meditation groups, information and research related to eating, education, parenting, attorneys, clinical studies, academia, medicine, nature, sports, work, employee health and more. The list and information is ever growing.

In the meantime I will share what I find interesting.  This will change from time to time and I will, in the near future, create an archive of what I share on this page.

Please enjoy and share:


Stress, Portrait of a Killer – Robert Sapolsky, Ph.d (National Geographic Special)

Lion’s Roar – Five Reasons to Meditate (PDF)

Beware Your Biased Brain
http://www.mindful.org/beware-biased-brain/

Calming the Rush of Panic in Your Body
http://www.mindful.org/calming-rush-panic-body/

A Meditation for Exploring Your Wandering Mind
http://www.mindful.org/meditation-exploring-distracted-mind/ 

Study Reveals the Transformative Quality of Beginner Meditation:
http://greenanswers.com/230086/study-reveals-transformative-quality-beginner-meditation/

Meditation appears to produce enduring changes in emotional processing in the brain:
http://www.massgeneral.org/about/pressrelease.aspx?id=1520

Just Breathe: Confirming Meditation’s Benefits:
http://www.psmag.com/health/just-breathe-42763/

Mindfulness on 60 Minutes
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/mindfulness-anderson-cooper-60-minutes/

A Newly Mindful Anderson Cooper
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-newly-mindful-anderson-cooper/