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Mindful : April 2013
April 2013 mindful 7 This mindfulness movement is already emerging in many places and making a real difference. In hospitals and doctors’ offices, it’s improving patients’ health and deliver- ing better care. In classrooms, teachers are using it to foster healthier learning environ- ments. First responders are becoming more resilient, and trauma sufferers are using it to heal. In business, mindfulness and awareness—and yes, kindness and compas- sion—are increasing job performance and satisfaction. In every sphere, leaders find that mindfulness practice helps keep their vision alive in the heat of the moment. Our mission at Mindful is to support this movement and all who want to live mind- fully. We’ll do so through Mindful magazine and its digital edition; with our website and applications that deliver mindful content to mobile devices; and in conferences, collabo- rations, and conversations where inspiring ideas can become the building blocks of a mindful society. Mindful will tell the stories and cel- ebrate the heroic efforts of people improv- ing our world by being mindful. We’ll share advice, how-to instruction, news, and information. We’ll connect mindful people, communities, and organizations with each other. We’ll help the mindfulness move- ment deepen and broaden and introduce this way of living to wide new audiences. Like all who are committed to a mindful life, we want the mindfulness movement to have a beneficial impact on our society. Welcome to Mindful. Please come as you are. As we do our best to bring you helpful information and stories and create connections, we look forward to hearing from you. We want to know your concerns and insights and learn what you’re doing. Let’s be mindful together. ● Barry Boyce Editor-in-Chief Jessica von Handorf Art Director Megumi Yoshida Associate Art Director Line Goguen-Hughes Assistant Editor Jane Doucet Copy Editor James Gimian Publisher Beth Wallace Associate Publisher, Marketing & Partnerships Melvin McLeod Editorial Director Board of Advisors Susan Bauer-Wu, Ph.D., R.N., University of Virginia Jeffrey Brantley, M.D., Duke Integrative Medicine Mirabai Bush, Center for Contemplative Mind in Society Richard J. Davidson, Ph.D., Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison Rich Fernandez, Ph.D., Google, Inc. Soren Gordhamer, Wisdom 2.0 Patricia Jennings, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society Tim Ryan, United States Congress, Ohio, 13th District Diana Winston, Mindful Awareness Research Center, UCLA Organizations included for identification purposes only. Tracy Picha Editor Carsten Knox Associate Editor Stephany Tlalka Assistant Editor, Digital Everything Type Company (ETC) Creative Directors for the premier issue Alan Brush Associate Publisher, Circulation Andrew Karr Finance Director www.mindful.org Advertising inquiries Jamie Proctor Boyce Toll free: 1-855-420-9085, ext 43