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Mindful : August 2018
PODCAST Danny Penman is a jour- nalist who appears on the BBC and in prominent UK newspapers. He’s also a bona fide mindfulness exper t who has collaborated with Mark Williams, a cofounder of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. The Art of Breathing is a little book with a lot of depth. It charts a course from paying attention to the rising and falling of our breath to discerning what’s happening with our emotions to understanding our place in the world. It’s also non-linear and diagrammatic, which makes it a refreshing and breezy read. THE ART OF BREATHING The Secret to Living Mindfully Danny Penman • Conari Press CBC’S THE CURRENT How Empathy Can Transform Healthcare For Dr. Brian Goldman, being told by the family of his elderly patient that his bedside manner was unfeeling kicked off a personal quest to be kinder, in his medical practice and his life. Along the way he met Erica, an empathic android, and learned about more compassionate treatments for dementia patients. He finds that while some people seem to be innately empathic, going through painful experiences can cause others to develop their empathy muscle: “If you have pain, use it, because it will make you stronger— and you’ll find your community.” You’ll probably spend 36 minutes worrying today (most people do). Why not go outside and breathe instead? August 2018 mindful 77