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Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life In This Book, The Author Maps Out A Simple Path For Cultivating Mindfulness In One S Own Life It Speaks Both To Those Coming To Meditation For The First Time And To Longtime Practitioners, Anyone Who Cares Deeply About Reclaiming The Richness Of His Or Her Moments.

About the Author: Jon Kabat-Zinn

Jon Kabat Zinn, Ph.D., is founding Executive Director of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School He is also the founding director of its renowned Stress Reduction Clinic and Professor of Medicine emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Medical School He teaches mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR in various venues around the world He received his Ph.D in molecular biology from MIT in 1971 in the laboratory of Nobel Laureate, Salvador Luria.He is the author of numerous scientific papers on the clinical applications of mindfulness in medicine and health care, and of a number of books for the lay public Full Catastrophe Living Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain and Illness Delta, 1991 Wherever You Go, There You Are Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life Hyperion, 1994 Coming to Our Senses Healing Ourselves and the World Through Mindfulness Hyperion, 2005 and Arriving at Your Own Door 108 Lessons in Mindfulness Hyperion, 2007 He is also co author, with his wife Myla, of Everyday Blessings The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting Hyperion, 1997 and with Williams, Teasdale, and Segal, of The Mindful Way Through Depression Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness Guilford, 2007 Overall, his books have been translated into over 30 languages.His major research interests have focused on mind body interactions for healing, clinical applications of mindfulness meditation training, the effects of MBSR on the brain, on the immune system, and on healthy emotional expression while under stress on healing skin clearing rates in people with psoriasis on patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation with prison inmates and staff in multicultural settings and on stress in various corporate settings and work environments His work in the Stress Reduction Clinic was featured in Bill Moyers PBS Special, Healing and the Mind and in the book of the same title, as well as on Good Morning America, the Oprah Winfrey Show, and NPR It has contributed to a growing movement of mindfulness into mainstream institutions such as medicine, and psychology, health care and hospitals, schools, corporations, the legal profession, prisons, and professional sports.He has trained groups of CEOs, judges, members of the clergy, and Olympic athletes the 1984 Olympic Men s Rowing Team and congressional staff in mindfulness The Stress Reduction Clinic has served as the model for mindfulness based clinical intervention programs at over 200 medical centers and clinics nation wide and abroad Dr Kabat Zinn has received numerous awards over the span of his career He is a founding fellow of the Fetzer Institute, and a fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine He received the Interface Foundation Career Achievement Award, and the New York Open Center s Tenth Year Anniversary Achievement in Medicine and Health Award 1994 the Art, Science, and Soul of Healing Award from the Institute for Health and Healing, California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco 1998 the 2nd Annual Trailblazer Award for pioneering work in the field of integrative medicine from the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine in La Jolla, California 2001 the Distinguished Friend Award from the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 2005 , and an Inaugural Pioneer in Integrative Medicine Award from the Bravewell Philanthropic Collaborative for Integrative Medicine 2007.He is the founding convener of the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine, and serves on the Board of the Mind and Life Institute, a group that organizes dialogues between the Dalai Lama and Western scientists to promote deeper understanding of different ways of knowing and probing the nature of mind, emotions, and reality He was co program chair of the 2005 Mind and Life Dialogue The Clinical Appl

10 thoughts on “Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life

  1. says:

    Dear Brother, When you first asked me about how to practice meditation was it last week , I gave you a few vague answers and then dismissed it from my mind, thinking that while it is impressive that you consider it seriously, it is not really vital to you right now But, yesterday when you spoke about how difficult it

  2. says:

    This is a particularly nice guidance book on meditation and mindfulness I especially like Zinn s focus on non doing, which has nothing to do with being lazy or indolent, but the ability to simply let things be and allowing them to unfold in their own way 44 In short, this is the art of mindfullness, which Zinn says has to be

  3. says:

    I think this guy may go down as a historical figure He was the prime mover in turning meditation into a mainstream, secular, scientifically tested way to rewire your brain for happiness This is a great book for beginners and the curious.

  4. says:

    If you want to know how to actually live in the present moment, then this book is for youI have becomemidnful of my thoughts and actions, and the amount of time I spend daydreaming or assuming what someone or something else s reality is Instead, I allow those thoughts to pass quickly, without judgement, and come back to the present, whate

  5. says:

    I found this in one of those remainder book shops which sell off the unsellable at reduced rates, there I also picked up Pompeii and

  6. says:

    Meditation is the only intentional, systematic human activity which at bottom is about not trying to improve yourself or get anywhere else, but simply to realize where you already are So I like the title of this book that the author, Dr Jon Kabat Zinn, reading it aloud in a ten year anniversary edition, tells us has been translated intothan ten languag

  7. says:

    I have been so conflicted on how to rate this book Its central message is that whatever you focus on now, whatever takes up your time and wherever your thoughts wander, is exactly where you are going in life It is of little use to idly wish of a future vision for yourself unless you put in the groundwork to making it happen, right now.Despite seeming rather o

  8. says:

    A solid book for those interested in learning about and pursuing mindfulness I have no experience with anything related to meditation aside from watching yoga commercials and hearing my mom talk about Buddha, but this book broke down my preconceptions and replaced them with tangible ways to improve my mindset For example, this passage from an early part of the book

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    There is no running away from anything The romantic notion that if it s no good over here, you have only to go over there and things will be different If the jobs are no good, change jobs If this wife is no good, change wives If this town is no good, change towns This underlying thinking is the reason for your troubles.You cannot escape yourself, try as you might Sooner or

  10. says:

    I was recommended this book but I really struggled with it The problem might have been increased by the fact that I found a talking book version read by the author Authors probably should know better.Anyway, it also had lots of that kind of music you might hear while getting a massage I think that was also a mistake.I just can t imagine myself sitting focused on my own breathing

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