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Mindful : February 2016
THE SHORT LIST MINDFUL TECH How to Bring Balance to Our Digital Lives By David M. Levy SPLENDID CITIES Color Your Way to Calm By Rosie Goodwin and Alice Chadwick YOGA NIDRA for Complete Relaxation & Stress Relief By Julie Lusk THE CURIOUS NATURE GUIDE Explore the Natural Wonders All Around You By Clare Walker Leslie THE GREATER GOOD GRATITUDE SUMMIT A day of science, stories, & inspiration By The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley MINDFULNESS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF DESPAIR Working with People at Risk of Suicide Mark Williams, Melanie Fennell, Thorsten Barnhofer, Rebecca Crane, Sarah Silverstein • Guilford Williams, a co-developer of Mindful- ness-Based Cognitive Therapy, leads colleagues in proposing how MBCT could be applied to suicide. After explor- ing the nature of this intractable mental health problem and its most com- mon source, depression, they suggest methods for responding effectively to the most potent cr y for help a human can make. Includes audio downloads of guided MBCT meditation sessions. WHAT THE DOG KNOWS Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World Cat Warren • Touchstone Books Cadaver-dog handler (yes!) Warren has trained her boy Solo since he was a pup. But he’s led her down a trail of learning, too: about death, but also about dogs of all kinds, and their interactions with humans. Warren tracks Solo’s develop- ment and that of the side-industry within law-enforcement he’s par t of. It’s a fascinating look inside a line of work few might ever otherwise consider. ● February 2016 mindful 17 WWW.IBME.INFO WWW.IBME.INFO UPCOMING 2016 TEEN MINDFULNESS RETREATS Northern California • June 20-26 Colorado • July 3-9 Virginia • July 5-10 Southern California • July 10-16 Northeast • July 24-29 Pacific Northwest • August 2-7 Emigrant Wilderness • August 2-11* *For teens & young adults, age 15-32 Toronto • August 6-11 For more information about our programming including school partnerships please visit our website: www.ibme.info Explore mindfulness this summer on an Inward Bound Mindfulness Education teen retreat. Develop focus, compassion and a deeper connection with yourself and others through meditation and small group activities - all in a fun and supportive space. Scientifically proven to build emotional resilience, concentration and well-being, mindfulness practice supports our capacity to connect authentically with ourselves and others. All our retreats include formal practice periods as well as small group work, creative workshops and free time. Join us for our 2nd annual Big Sur Wilderness Retreat for Adults - April 2nd-9th, 2016 MINDFULNESS EDUCATION INWARD BOUND MINDFULNESS EDUCATION TRANSFORMATIVE RETREATS FOR TEENS