Mindfulness Practices

At the Center for Mindful Living, we honor and support the many ways in which mindfulness can be practiced.
The Tree of Contemplative Practices illustrates some of the practices currently in use in secular organizational and academic settings. This is not intended to be a comprehensive list.

Click here for links to descriptions of many of these practices, as well as a more in-depth description of the Tree and image files for downloading.

To learn more about the evidence-based benefits of practicing mindfulness and meditation, click here.

"Mindfulness means moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness.
 It is cultivated by refining our capacity to
pay attention, intentionally, in the present moment,
and then sustaining that attention over time as
best we can. In the process, we become
more in touch with our life as it is unfolding."

                       -- Myla & Jon Kabat-Zinn

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