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New magazine aims to capitalize on ‘mindfulness’ movement

Holly Bailey, Yahoo! News, The Lookout: Meditation used to be a ritual associated largely with the serene setting of the yoga studio. But in recent years, a wide range of people—from Marines and office workers to even a member of Congress—have embraced a modern take on the practice called “mindfulness,” a Buddhism-inspired mental technique that encourages participants to focus on “being in the present” in hopes of leading a less stressful and more productive life.

Another sign of the movement’s journey into the mainstream: the arrival of Mindful, a new bimonthly magazine aimed at encouraging the mindfulness movement and helping average Americans apply…

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Comment from dez
Time: February 12, 2013, 10:00 pm

I look forward to getting my hands on this mag. I want to become more of a mindful person.

This video has helped me so far!

http://www.psychalive.org/2013/01/video-interview-with-mindfulness-expert-dr-jon-kabat-zinn/

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