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Mindful : October 2013
2 mindful October 2013 contents PHOTOGRAPHSBYTERRYBELL(BOTTOM),MARKMAHANEY(TOP) 42 Features 34 Stop, Look...See Photography isn’t just about capturing images. Andy Karr suggests three ways to explore the experience of looking itself, and even expand how you see the world 42 To Pause and Protect In a groundbreaking program, Oregon police officers are learning mindfulness techniques to better deal with stress, be more focused on the job, and connect more meaningfully with the people in the communities they ser ve. Maureen O’Hagan repor ts 34 “My vision is that we become the epicenter of positive cultural change in law enforcement. Mindfulness is where emotional intelligence and wellness come together.” Lieutenant Richard Goerling Hillsboro Police Department 52 A Journey to the Center of Yourself Depression is not a disease, says James Gordon, M.D. He talks to Tracy Picha about the impor tance of seeing depression not as an end point but as a fresh opportunity for grow th and change Sidebar: James Gordon’s seven stages for the journey through depression p 56 60 The Best Medicine Even if we hur t—maybe especially if we hur t, says Elaine Smookler—it helps to laugh