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What is walking meditation?

Brooke Schedneck, Rhodes College For Thich Nhat Hanh, the late Vietnamese monk who popularized mindfulness in the West, walking...

There is much more to mindfulness than the popular media hype

Pierce Salguero, Penn State Mindfulness is seemingly everywhere these days. A Google search I conducted in January 2022 for...

Prayer apps are flooding the market, but how well do they...

Dorian Llywelyn, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Hallow, a Catholic prayer and meditation app that claims...

Dance and movement therapy holds promise for treating anxiety and depression,...

Lana Ruvolo Grasser, Wayne State University A few years ago, framed by the skyline of Detroit, a group of...

Mindfulness meditation can make some Americans more selfish and less generous

Michael J. Poulin, University at Buffalo When Japanese chef Yoshihiro Murata travels, he brings water with him from Japan....

6 things you can do to cope with boredom at a...

Erin C. Westgate, University of Florida More and more of us are staying home in an attempt to slow down the spreading coronavirus. But being...

Meditation apps might calm you — but miss the point of...

Gregory Grieve, University of North Carolina – Greensboro and Beverley McGuire, University of North Carolina Wilmington In today’s stressful world, mindfulness – a type of...

Howard Thurman – the Baptist minister who had a deep influence...

Paul Harvey, University of Colorado For most African-Americans who grew up with the legacy of segregation and violence, making space for introspection was difficult. Martin...

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Why we’re training the next generation of lawyers in big data

Anne Tucker, Georgia State University and Charlotte Alexander, Georgia State University Artificial intelligence is transforming the traditional delivery of legal services. In general terms, the set...