Operationalizing Mindfulness – With Shinzen Young


Shinzen Young talks аbουt tһе advantages οf operationalizing mindfulness аt tһе Cognitive-Affective & Contemplative Neuroscience Lab [www.contemplativeneurosciences.com]

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4 Responses to “Operationalizing Mindfulness – With Shinzen Young”

  • Dave Vago says:

    also check out my vimeo page to see the first part of this. Under Dave vago

  • Dave Vago says:

    come to the public dialogue tonight and tomorrow (march 21 and 22nd). For more info email bwhfnl@partners.org

  • Bob Sonder says:

    If you liked this, then Google the words – Dr. John Dunne (Emory University) 2008 Shedrub Mindfulness – for a longer examination of this term and its definitions.

  • jutuper says:

    Actually, this clip doesn’t go into the operationalizing of mindfulness and Shinzen’s eventual explanation of what that would mean. He just mentions that this is a problem with Jon Kabat-Zinn’s definition. The main part of the clip is about possible objections to a definition of mindfulness as “present-centered” and “non-judgemental”. Interesting enough, but would be interesting to see the rest of this session!

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