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Life’s Battles

One of the great gifts of mindfulness generated through meditation is increased resiliency. Lets face it: tough times are an integral part of life. We see this all around us. In the news we are dazed and numbed by repeated … Continue reading

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Contemplative Studies Conference

The Mind and Life Institute which puts on the annual Dalai Lama Mind and Life conferences such as that which was held in DC in 2005 and written about in The Minds Own PhysicianNew Harbinger 2011 is sponsoring this meeting … Continue reading

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Orthogonal Reality in Health Care

Health care has become all too much disease management. The confines of this two dimensional care-space has become intolerable for patients. More than 80% of patients surveyed are generally dissatisfied with care. As a result many turn to complementary and … Continue reading

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Mindfulness and Health Care Reform

I have made some interesting acquaintances in my brief journey toward self awareness and mindfulness. One is Kelley McCabe-Ruff founder and CEO of eMindful.com, a Florida based company that offers web based mindfulness based stress reduction solutions for clients. Kelly … Continue reading

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More From the Vortex

Max Heller 1919-2012 “But we do not have the experience the loss of our sight or hearing, or any other sensorium, to accord attention to it. It is the invitation of mindfulness to meet our senses at the point of … Continue reading

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