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Mindful : June 2014
2 mindful June 2014 contents PHOTOGRAPHS:COURTESYOFDAMONSCHELEUR/THEHUFFINGTONPOST(TOP),BYBÉATRICEPELTRE(BOTTOM),BYKARSTENTHORMAEHLEN(OPPOSITEPAGE).ILLUSTRATIONBYNOMOCO. 30 34 Burnout, Tension, Tunnel Vision ...are Not the Keys to Success Ariana Huffington talks to Mindful’s Barry Boyce about how personal tribulations star ted her on a journey to mindfulness, and why she is convinced that its benefits will change the world. Infographic: An at-a -glance look at the dramatic consequences of stress, distraction, sleep deprivation, and lack of down time p 38 42 The Amazing, Tumultuous, Wild, Wonderful, Teenage Brain Renowned neuropsychiatrist D r. Dan Siegel explains the brain science behind teenage angst and how to turn parental concerns into understanding and confrontation into connection. Sidebars: Three teenagers talk about how meditation has helped them 52 How Meditating Helps You With Difficult Emotions Helpful practices to learn how to tame raw, difficult, emotions, and foster feelings that are positive, powerful, and beneficial. 60 Still Curious After All These Years Sue Moon’s take on how retaining a vivid sense of curiosity is an invaluable tool for aging well— and staying alive and vital. 34 Second installment of our Getting Started series “If you learn how mindfulness can improve how you feel and you take up the practice for that reason, that’s a great beginning.” –Arianna Huffington Features