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Mindful : February 2016
ILLUSTRATIONBYMICHAELWOLOSCHINOW.PHOTOGRAPHSBYERIKJACOBSANDMCNAIREVANS. 34 Let the Words Flow Acclaimed poet Jane Hirshfield talks with Mark Matousek about the vastness of the imagination, how to trust it, and how to tap it. 38 What to Do When Meditation Gets Boring At the start, you can get a big surge of motivation, but eventually it fades. Karin Evans talks to meditators and teachers about what they do to keep going, and to keep loving it. Features “Slow motion gets you there faster. I let things speak to me, and tell me what I need to do.” George Mumford on finding flow by working more on what he’s doing than on how he’s doing, page 46. mindful february 46 Get In the Zone He’s taught the Bulls, the Lakers, and the Knicks how to pay attention to their thoughts and emotions. When you master the inside, George Mumford says, the outside will follow. Hugh Delehanty reports. 56 Don’t Let an Angry Brain Be the Boss of You The way to tame this dangerous emotion, say therapist Margaret Cullen and psychologist Gonzalo Brito Pons, is to get to know it well. Instead of “managing” anger, we can respect it, and use it effectively. NBA Meditation Coach and Author of The Mindful Athlete George Mumford NEWS YOU CAN USE 45 7 online talks to inspire you 51 Know your body, know yourself 52 Books on peak per formance 59 Anger: triggers and reactions 60 Get to know your anger profile 61 Practice: Mindfulness of anger 63 Practice: Walking with anger 46 56 34 February 2016 mindful 3