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Mindful : December 2014
6 mindful December 2014 your thoughts you wrote in Meditation has taught me not to fear aging or the loneliness of old age (“Power Boost Your Aging Brain,” October 2014). Ultimately, meditation reminds me I’m one par t in a greater thread of humanity than myself. Smita Malhotra Los Angeles, California Thanks for mentioning McGill University’s Programs in Whole Person Care—it’s the only medical school with a mandator y mindfulness course (“The Doctor is Not Well,” October 2014). So brilliant and obvious and much too rare, at least for now. Susan Weseen Brooklyn, New York There’s no scientific evidence that babies need to cr y them- selves to sleep! (mindful.org/ parentinglite) It’s well under- stood in child development and psychology that the first year in a child’s life is about building trust. Katie Calagui San Rafael, California To learn about future issues and upcoming events, sign up for our email newsletters at mindful. org. To share your feedback on this or other issues, email us with your full name, city, and state or province at mindful@mindful. org. You can also visit facebook. com/mindfulorg or tweet us @ MindfulOnline. For subscription questions, email subscriptions@ mindful.org. Letters chosen for publication may be edited for length and clarity. All submissions and manuscripts become the property of The Foundation for a Mindful Society. connect Q: How does this “Meditation Diet” (“Getting Star ted,” October 2014) work? Will I lose weight? MATTHEW KAPLAN Washington, DC A: Nope. This meditation diet has nothing to do with your weight. Diet just happens to be a really good metaphor for fitting meditation into your life. And we’re not talking about the sor t of diet that’s directed toward a goal. We all have a diet: a set of things we eat at different times in the course of a day. We can treat meditation the same way. We can engage in different types of meditation for differing lengths of time and adjust them to the unique circumstances of our life. There is no one-size-fits-all medita- tion program. you asked ZEN CANCER WISDOM Tips for Making Each Day Better Daju Suzanne Friedman | 320 pages You are more than your diagnosis. Learn to care for your body, mind, and spirit while living with cancer. $16.95 | ebook $11.99 MINDFUL READERS SAVE 20% at WISDOMPUBS.ORG. USE COUPON CODE MMNOV BY JANUARY 31. WISDOMPUBS.ORG *********************************** DON’T WORRY, BE GRUMPY Inspiring Stories for Making the Most of Each Moment Ajahn Brahm | 240 pages From the bestselling author of Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung? $16.95 $16.95 | ebook $11.99 | $16.95 | ebook $11.99 ebook $16.95 | ebook $11.99 $11.99 $16.95 | ebook $11.99 Wisdom Publications