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Lions Roar : July 2011
Wisdom 2.0: The Digital World Connects Unprecedented communication and information—but also speed, stress, and 24/7 distraction. Barry Boyce reports on a group of far- thinking digital leaders who are using mindfulness to humanize the brave new world they’ve created. This Is Your Brain on Mindfulness Meditators say their practice fun- damentally changes the way they experience life. Dr. Michael Baime reports on the modern neurosci- ence that shows how it works. The Science of Meditation Andrea Miller looks at the Mind & Life Institute, which explores the intersection between ancient meditative disciplines and modern science. Sea Change Teenagers “get” mindfulness—they soak it up like sponges and it trans- forms their lives. Gina Biegel on the best ways to introduce teens to this valuable practice. 33 30 34 38 44 Contents 49 50 4 SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2011 How to Tame the Wanting Mind You’re hungry, but what are you really hungry for? Mindful eating expert Sasha Loring on opening your heart, offering your attach- ments, and knowing when you’re satisfied. Savor Sweet, juicy, crisp—Thich Nhat Hanh and Lilian Cheung on the pleasures of mindfully eating an apple. The Best-Laid Plans A vomiting child in an airport ho- tel—it wasn’t the vacation she had in mind. Anne Cushman on what a trip gone awry taught her about too much planning. FEATURES 34