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Mindful : April 2018
46 22 How To Make It Meaningful Living a life of purpose might be the ideal, but how to do it isn’t always clear. 24 Mindful Eating A Lively Bunch When picked in springtime, the humble carrot wows us with its delightful flavors. 26 Mindful MD Tech Yourself, Don’t Wreck Yourself Our use of personal technologies may bring up health concerns. But tech isn’t inherently good or bad—it’s about how we use it. 30 Inner Wisdom Thanks for This Gratitude isn’t just in our head: It takes root in our heart and in our senses, for one beauti- ful moment...and then another. 34 FAQ Am I Doing This Right? The latest installment in our series of helpful answers to common meditator questions. Mindful Living 40 A Place of One’s Own A firm intention and a personal touch make for a meditation spot you’ll want to visit often. We offer tips for designing a space that speaks to you. 46 A Mindful Living Board Game In Missy Chimowitz’s Mindfield, the first one to Be Here Now wins! 48 The Medicine of the Moment The simple practice of paying attention is making inroads in medicine through habit change, stress reduction, self-care, and decreasing physician burnout. 60 Constant Craving Habits help us to survive. But they can also cause us to crave what’s unhealthy. Can mindful awareness help us break free? 64 Mindful by Design Digital designer Irene Au shares the wisdom she’s found through learning and teaching yoga in the fast-paced, hyper-creative culture of Silicon Valley. 70 When Sparks Fly Some of us recoil from arguments, while others jump in with relish. Carolyn Gimian writes on how to employ insight and care, so that all involved can be victorious. FEATURES Departments 6 Point of View Mindfulness for All Barry Boyce on why mindfulness is not something for a select few. It’s our human birthright. 36 Brain Science Can Meditation Change Your Genes? DNA determines much of who we are, but it’s not fixed for life. Can meditating affect us at a genetic level? 8 The Mindful Survey 12 Top of Mind 18 Mindful-Mindless 80 Bookmark This 88 MindSpace april CONTENTS ILLUSTRATIONSBYASIAPIETRZYK,EDMONDEHARO,ANDMISSYCHIMOVITZ. 36 70 4 mindful April 2018