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Mindful : April 2016
ILLUSTRATIONBYRUNNINGFORCRAYONS.PHOTOGRAPHSBYLEVERRUKHINANDBLAKEFARRINGTON. 36 Brain Overload Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Katherine Ellison thought she was just scatterbrained—until she was diagnosed with adult ADHD. The two are easily mistakable, but either way, she finds, mindfulness can help. 44 Grab a Moment of Mindfulness Five quick practices you can fit into your existing daily routines with ease, brought to you by mindfulness instructors we admire. Features “You may discover fear is like the Wizard of Oz, a showman with little substance and a lot of bravado.” Carolyn Gimian on being fearless in the face of our deepest anxieties, p. 58. mindful april 50 Real People, Meditating Most of us don’t do our daily meditation in a spa, despite mainstream media distortions. Photographer Lever Rukhin took to the streets to capture real people meditating in real places, from kitchens to public parks. 58 How to Embrace the Things That Scare You Fear is power ful. But along with fear comes fearlessness, says Carolyn Gimian. Discover how to tap into your fearless self by facing the things that scare you most. Chief Science Officer at Wisdom Labs Parneet Pal PRACTICES & INSIGHTS 39 How to Detect Adult ADHD 40 ADHD: What You Can Do about It 42 5 Helpful Books on ADHD 52 Field Guide to Urban Meditation 61 Recognize What Scares You 63 Get to Know Your Fears 64 The Neuroscience of Fear 30 36 50 April 2016 mindful 3