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Mindful : October 2015
The Short List MBSR EVERY DAY Daily Practices from the Heart of Mindfulness- Based Stress Reduction By Elisha Goldstein and Bob Stahl RELAX-A -BYE BABY A Bedtime Guide to Help Your Little One Relax and Sleep Tight By Mimi Sommers with Dana Théveneau NEUROIMMUNITY Michal Schwartz and Anat London • Yale University Press What role does the mind play in healing the body? Whereas previous research suggested the brain was autonomous, Michal Schwartz, a neuroimmunologist from the Weizmann Institute of Science, introduces a bridge: the immune system. Her book explores how the immune system keeps the brain healthy and can contribute to the treatment of brain diseases and depression, heal damaged spinal cords, and more. WAKING UP TO THE DARK Clark Strand • Spiegel & Grau We generally call the habit of waking up after a few hours of sleep “insomnia” and consider it pathological. But, as com- pelling research shows, our ancestors routinely slept for four hours, known as the First Sleep, then spent an hour or two in meditation or prayer (or conceiv- ing babies!), followed by another four-ish hour chunk, the Second Sleep. In Wak- ing Up to the Dark, Strand suggests how we might reclaim the night and turn the “Hour of the Wolf” into something heal- ing and holy. ● EMBRACING THE SEASONS Memories of a Country Garden By Gunilla Norris 10% HAPPIER APP Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics, with Dan Harris and Joseph Goldstein By Change Collective changecollective.com October 2015 mindful 17