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Mindful : October 2019
Next Question... How is mindfulness practiced in your community? Send an email to email@example.com and let us know your answer to this question. Your response could appear on these pages. Over half (53%) of readers say they do have a healthy support network, while 39% say they tend to hide their struggles. And 8% say they aren’t sure how to reach out for assistance. Life being the best teacher, 77% of readers say their resilience comes from their LIFE EXPERIENCE SO FAR. The next predominant source of resil- ience is having a CONTEMPLA- TIVE OR SELF- CARE PRACTICE (64%), followed by OPTIMISM AND POSITIVE SELF- REGARD (52%). What are your key sources of resilience? Do you seek out people close to you to strengthen your resilience? 39% 8% 53% For 47%, CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS also let them grow more resilient. 25% added WORKING ON IT THROUGH THERAPY helps. PROGRAMS & TRAININGS With The Mindfulness Center at Brown University MAY 31-JUNE 2 HOW TO TAME OUR CRAVING MINDS JUNE 2-9 MBSR IN MEDICINE, PRACTICE & SCIENCE JULY 14-19 FRAMEWORK FOR LIVING MINDFULLY: A 5-DAY MBSR INTENSIVE AUGUST 2-4 MINDFULNESS & TRAUMA CONFERENCE AUGUST 18-23 THE PRACTICE OF RELATIONAL MINDFULNESS OCTOBER 4-11 MBSR INSIGHT MEDITATION RETREAT OCTOBER 20-25 FRAMEWORK FOR LIVING MINDFULLY: DEEPENING PRACTICE Rhinebeck, NY eOmega.org/Brown | 800.944.1001 October 2019 mindful 7