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Upaya – Zen Brain retreat provides great research on Mindfulness and Contemplative Practice

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    The “first foundation” of mindfulness is the body, which involves being aware of the physical sensations of the body, the body’s posture, how we move, and so on. The second foundation is “feelings.” Feelings are internally generated pleasant and unpleasant sensations that arise in the body. This isn’t so much sensations like the physical pain that comes from […]

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The Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, NM led by Roshi Joan Halifax continually provides access to top scientists discussing the latest research on mindfulness and contemplative practice. These series of lectures/dialogue provide insight into the effects of mindfulness practice on well-being and flourishing, emotion regulation and transformation.

the podcasts see:
http://www.upaya.org/dharma/

I particularly liked Jim Austin and Shauna Shapiro’s talks (part 2 and 4 of 19)

Another good lecture by Shauna is below:

Enjoy!

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