There are many good resources on mindfulness, including those listed here that were referenced during our mindfulness series. Please feel free to post comments below with any additional resources you’ve found useful.
- 5 Reasons to Meditate, by Pema Chodron (article in Shambhala Sun, September 2013)
- Meditation and Mindfulness, by Steven Smith (article from the Center for Contemplative Mind In Society) (found at contemplativemind.org)
- The Long Marriage of Mindfulness and Money, by Michelle Goldberg, The New Yorker, April 18, 2015.
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