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Mindful : April 2018
PHOTOGRAPHBYPEEKPHOTOGRAPHY.NYC 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 Lending an ear We all yearn to know that our voice is listened to and valued. But the many barriers to real communication—from inequality and prejudice to the cost of talk therapy—leave many feeling disconnected and unheard. To build empathic connections with people we wouldn’t meet other- wise, and to shift the impersonal vibe of city streets, psychotherapist Traci Ruble founded Sidewalk Talk. The nonprofit has chapters in 17 US cities and worldwide. Its volunteers (many of them mental health professionals) take two chairs to the sidewalk and simply offer to listen—to anyone who wants to talk, about anything. Ruble finds that deep listening is trans- formative: “ When we feel a sense of belonging,” she says, “our entire nervous system just goes ‘ahhhhh.’” 12 mindful April 2018 what’s new