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Mindful : February 2014
6 mindful February 2014 our thoughts We are pleased to bring you issue six of Mindful, completing our first year of publication. Like any star t-up, it’s been an intense, uncer tain, and exciting ride—and we’re still here! That’s because of you, our readers. Mindful couldn’t flourish if it weren’t for your inquisitiveness and dedication to being mindful, which trans- lates into suppor t for Mindful and Mindful.org in so many ways. This will continue to be a wild ride, as the landscape for mindfulness is changing rapidly, so keep it coming. I’m so pleased this landmark issue features an exclusive inter view with our friend Jon Kabat-Zinn talking about the state of mindfulness in the world. We launched Mindful after conversations with Jon about how we could suppor t the emerging interest in mind- fulness, so he’s been a thought par tner from the beginning, and we’ve learned a lot from him. One conviction Jon has is also a core assumption under- lying Mindful: “ fundamental trust in people’s intelligence and intrinsic mindfulness.” Ever y week we see “intrin- sic mindfulness” showing up in ever yday life. Our job at Mindful is to help that along. If you’re a longtime mindfulness advocate, we want to suppor t your work and connect you to others. If you’re new to mind- fulness, we want to give you an accessible introduction so you can experience its benefits— which continue to be confirmed in scientific studies. Onewaywedothisisby having Mindful at grocer y store checkouts. That may seem retro in a digital world, but it helps show that mindfulness has become a routine par t of life in our society. Also, it brings mind- fulness to new audiences. For example, the publisher of the largest law-enforcement pub- lication in the U.S . discovered Mindful and asked if she could send our cover ar ticle about police practicing mindfulness to ever y police chief in the U.S . Our big initiative in year two will be the launch of Mindful video, bringing repor ts, news, and feature stories about mind- fulness to your computers, tab- lets, and mobile phones. We’re excited about adding such a great medium for telling stories and increasing interactivity with our readership community. Thank you for being a par t of Mindful and suppor ting us in so many ways. We’re here because of you. Stay tuned; it’s just the beginning. Just the Beginning — Jim Gimian, Publisher