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Mindful : October 2013
24 70 October 2013 mindful 3 ILLUSTRATIONBYYUKOSHIMIZU,PHOTOGRAPHBYBÉATRICEPELTRE On our cover Lieutenant Richard Goerling of the Hillsboro Police Department in Oregon has introduced mindfulness practices to the police force—and his colleagues and police chief are thanking him for it page 42 Photograph by Mark Mahaney Departments 4 Your Thoughts 6 Our Thoughts 8 Contributors 11 Now Designing buildings with humans in mind • The final frontier: NASA meditates • Over whelmed by choice? How to navigate it better • Parents learn how to keep kids’ spor ts fun • A nine-year-old dreams of helping kids half way around the world and gets down to work • Hospitals explore new ways to heal • Third-largest health insurance provider in the U.S . introduces meditation program • Research Roundup 20 Bookmark This The writings, recordings, and apps that are capturing our attention now 22 Mindful/Mindless Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not 24 One Taste In the Red Angela Mears celebrates the beet Recipes by Béatrice Peltre 28 Body/Mind Wave Theory Sam Buffa knows the best spot to gain perspective on life in the city: on his sur fboard 30 Mind/Body Rewiring Your Emotions Think you’re destined to respond the same way emotionally to the same old triggers? Not necessarily so, says Sharon Begley. With a little mind training, you can char t new pathways 80 MindSpace Maira Kalman can’t stop talking about her upcoming silent retreat 65 In Practice 66 Techniques Looking for a respite from distraction? It’s as close as a cup of tea 67 At Work Upgrade Your Environment A fresh approach to increasing employee engagement, and how to stop searching for a mindful work environment and star t creating one 68 Ask Ms. Mindful Breaking relationship patterns, navigating a life-changing event, and shifting out of the role of unofficial therapist 70 Insight Cooling the Raging Fires Anger can be our undoing sometimes, says Jeffrey Brantley, M.D., but it doesn’t have to be that way