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Mindful : August 2019
m BY STEPHANIE DOMET Finding their Power There’s a balancing of gender power happening across the professional world, and the field of mindfulness is no exception. Research suggests most meditators in the US are women, yet, as mindfulness has mainstreamed, the female perspective has often taken a back seat and in some cases been ignored or overwritten. We need to hear from the female pioneers, researchers, teachers, lawyers, and activists who are shifting our understanding of what it means to be mindful. We spoke to 10 pioneering mindful women about how they bring the diversity of their experiences to bear in their work. These women were chosen based on recommendations from their peers. Many echoed similar themes: Kindness is necessary, trust yourself, find your community, meet yourself with warmth. This is the first of a series of pieces you will see in the pages of Mindful highlighting women doing important work with mindfulness. For more in this issue, see our profile of neuroscientist Amishi Jha, on page 54. in Mindfulness on Women 10 Introducing the Mindful Women’s Initiative Sign up to join our emerging community of mindful women. Learn more at: mindful.org/ mindful-women August 2019 mindful 39 leadership