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Mindful : April 2018
April 2018 mindful 7 VOLUME SIX, NUMBER 1, Mindful (ISSN 2169-5733, USPS 010-500) is published bimonthly for $29.95 per year USA, $39.95 Canada & $49.95 (US) international, by The Foundation for a Mindful Society, 228 Park Ave S #91043, New York, NY 10003-1502 USA. Periodicals postage paid at New York, NY, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Mindful, PO Box 469018, Escondido, CA 92046. Canada Post Publication Mail Agreement #42704514. CANADIAN POSTMASTER: Send undeliverable copies to Mindful, 1660 Hollis St, Suite 703, Halifax, NS B3J 1V7 CANADA. Printed in U.S.A . © 2018 Foundation for a Mindful Society. All rights reserved. To learn more about the principles and values behind Mindful and to hear a podcast interview with leading mindfulness teacher, Rhonda Magee, on the topic of “Mindfulness for All,” go to mindful.org/povmindfulnessforall chore or an us vs. them affiliation. It’s not owned by any group or social class. The ability to be on the spot—aware of what’s going on inside, outside, and all around, connecting with others—is part of being human. And that’s what Mindful committed to at the begin- ning and what we’re reaffirming as we enter our sixth year of publica- tion: mindfulness for all. To deliver on that, we have to be honest about the true challenges of committing to the present moment, through thick and thin. (That’s why we’re launching our Get Real series in this issue, on page 70.) We need to commit to lang uage that leaves no one saying, “That’s just not for me.” We have to be honest about science and how hard it is to prove benefits. We have to listen to you and learn from mistakes, because practicing real mindfulness means making one mistake after another and being willing to laugh our way back into place. When we started Mindful, we wanted to find out if there were people out there who felt as we felt. You have responded. Our modest circulation of 45,000 at the outset will soon be doubled, to over 100,000. And mindful.org keeps expanding daily, with users visiting to the tune of a million page views per month. We will keep it up, because the many stories we’ve heard from you give us faith that while mindful- ness may not be a panacea, it is something that can make a very big difference in our health and the health of our families and communities. Please keep tell- ing us your stories. Write to us at email@example.com or post on social media. Let us know how you are and who you are, because mind- fulness is uniquely suited to you. Here’s to many more years of healthy minds and healthy lives. See you in the present moment! ●