Mindfulness is a fundamental skill in both Buddhist practice and modern psychotherapy. But to stay alive in the wild, our ancestors evolved highly distractible attentional systems – which pose real challenges to developing greater mindfulness today.
Exploring the notions of mind, brain, and relationships as composing a triangle of energy and information
“Eat when hungry, sleep when tired.” This ancient Zen saying is a simple prescription for a satisfying life. But for many people, eating is anything but simple. It is ironic that in a land of plenty, large numbers of people suffer from unbalanced relationship to food.