Mindfulness Practices & incarceration

Below are the best resources we could find on Mindfulness Practices and incarceration.

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Everyday Well-Being | Noah Levine | Talks at Google

The practice of mindfulness is a method of creating and sustaining happiness and well being in the midst of our everyday life, whether you feel you’re kicking ass or life is kicking your ass.

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Incarcerated Veterans Are Finding Relief in Meditation and Yoga

“A mindfulness practice is our tool for re-engaging prisoners with their bodies to restore the connection between mind, heart, and body.”

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David Sheff Follows the Buddhist Journey of a San Quentin Inmate in Latest Book

Like a lot of people with newfound interest in Buddhist meditation, Jarvis Jay Masters struggled at first to sit still and quiet his mind.

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