What do you think about mindfulness? Are the benefits real? Or is it just another fad? Write your thoughts in the comment section below.
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How Mindfulness Changes Your Brain: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/what-does-mindfulness-meditation-do-to-your-brain/
Mindfulness and the Immune System: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4940234/
Mindfulness and Morality: http://opim.wharton.upenn.edu/risk/library/WPAF2010-07-02_NR%2CMS.pdf
Benefits of Mindfulness: http://www.apa.org/monitor/2012/07-08/ce-corner.aspx
Mindfullness or meditation are useful as alternative medicine.
So how about other alternative medicine?
From (electro)acupuncture to natural medicine to homeopathy.
In my opinion, I reason by principle
Been struggling to maintain full mindfullness since school. I am 26 now, can't remember the last time I was on autopilot, maybe around a year ago for a few days, when I was ill. I didn't know how to name this state before this video though.
And I think it leads to some sleep problems, the world is just too interesting to waste time on sleeping.
You go a full month on auto pilot? Geez.. I feel like I cant go more than 12 hours without stopping to think about what, where, and why I am. That being said, here's a bad side effect of being too mindfull: I'll sometimes be at a party, blindly having a good time, when I suddenly stop to realize where I am, what the people around me are doing, why their doing it, how they feel, how I feel... and so on. I gotta say, being mindfull really sucks the fun out of moments when you should be auto pilot. It can be kinda hard at times to simply turn auto pilot back on.. so there's a time and place for mindfullness.
3:05 moral theorizing has little to nothing to do with moral behaviour. When people are presented with the facts, it doesn’t mean they suddenly become moral, even if they understand the consequences of their actions, and even if they possess the ability to empathize with others.
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