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  • The mind knows its own way home
    When we’re first learning to meditate, one of the things we have to get used to is that the mind wanders much more than we might expect. We discover, perhaps, that we can’t go more than two or three breaths without the mind latching on to some thought that’s appeared and going for a long trek through our memories, fantasies, expectations about the future, an […]

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This Blog will serve to provide a cyber space for news dedicated to contempaltive research in the cognitive neurosciences, clinical sciences, developmental and social and health psychology, and education. Please contact me at dvago@mindandlife.org if you have news that is relevant to the study of mind in life.

You can also see what types of contemplative science research is being supported by the Mind and Life Institute at: mindandlife.org and investigatingthemind.org

Namaste,

Dave Vago

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