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Mindful : June 2016
“It’s not just your spiritual hip- pie friends saying you should try meditation, now it’s your doctor and your therapist,” says Lodro Rinzler, cofounder of MNDFL, a new medita- tion studio in New York. As research pours in from places like Harvard and MIT on the benefits of mindfulness, people across the country are seeking secular spaces to explore the practice. Meditation studios are popping up from Texas and Georgia to Massa- chusetts and Florida. “At MNDFL, we want to do one thing really well, which is to get New Yorkers meditat- ing,” says Ellie Burrows, cofounder and CEO of MNDFL. The bright, thoughtfully decorated studio offers more than a dozen dif- ferent classes and features 27 certified Drop In, Sit Down, and Tune In teachers. It has attracted a diverse community of new and seasoned meditators, people suffering through pain, and people wanting to reach their greatest potential. “ We built this place with the idea of trying to make meditation accessible to all of New York,” says Rinzler, “And we have attracted all kinds of New Yorkers— many people sit with us every day.” Watch Out for Neuromyths! “ We only use 10% of our brains.” “The left brain is creative; the right analytic.” Think again: These and other brain truisms persist despite ample contrary evidence, according to the Centre for Edu- cational Research and Innovation. Google neuromyth to learn more. A new study from the University of Alberta challenges previous research that held that happiness peaks in the late teens and steadily decreases from midlife onward. It showed happiness increasing well into the thirties and beyond. Rethinking the Midlife Crisis Things that spark our minds, touch our hearts, make us smile— or roll our eyes. Keep up with the latest in mindfulness. Top of Mind 12 mindful June 2016 what’s new PHOTOGRAPHS©MONICALEE,©UNPLUGMEDITATION,©FLICKR.COM