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Mindful : June 2017
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 We all know that engaging in health- ful habits—and eliminating the unhealthy ones—promotes physical and psychological well-being. But knowing what to do to be healthier and actually doing it isn’t the same thing. A new initiative aims to make it easier to adopt a healthy lifestyle by modeling what that looks like. Call- ing itself a “behavioral pharmacy,” the nonprofit Open Source Wellness offers weekly drop-in events in Oak- land, California, that include exercise, meditation, healthful meals, and com- munity interaction—the four pillars of physical and psychological health, according to organizers. “ We’re providing structure and support to fill the ‘behavioral pre- scriptions’ doctors give patients: Eat healthier, exercise more, reduce your stress, connect meaningfully with others,” states cofounder Ben Emmert-Aronson, PhD. There are no lectures, classes, or intakes, just experiential participation designed to show people how to move more, eat better, and get connected. Kind of like a community potluck, plus. And the big vision for this expe- riential preventive health model? To become integrated into healthcare centers and communities nationwide, and be paid for on a sliding scale by individuals and by health insurers. The New Picture of Health It’s hard to talk about emotions and to get a feel for how they work. To offer some aid, emotion researcher Paul Ekman teamed up with the Dalai Lama and data visualization firm Stamen to create the Atlas of Emotions, a website that allows you to explore the dimensions of your emotions to help “increase choice in what we become emotional about and how we respond.” Putting Emotions on the Map Universal emotions, clockwise from top: anger, disgust, sad- ness, enjoyment, and fear. Clicking one at atlasofemotions.org shows an interactive diagram with more detail on that emotion. 10 mindful June 2017 what’s new ILLUSTRATIONBYATLASOFEMOTIONS.ORG,THEOPENSOURCEINITIATIVE