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We’re All Biased. Here’s How Meditation May Help. 

By engaging in practices that increase awareness, focus on our similarities, and develop care and kindness, writes Mind & Life Institute Science Director Wendy Hasenkamp, we might also be loosening the hold of implicit bias. Read More 

  • Wendy Hasenkamp
  • November 4, 2021
Mindfully Working with Bias with Rhonda Magee
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Mindfully Working with Bias with Rhonda Magee 

In this 4-part series, you’ll examine the quality of heart you bring to your practice, bring mindfulness to your embodied self, and create the space and inner support to work with difficult emotions. Read More 

  • Rhonda Magee
  • October 4, 2021
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How Your Brain Falls for the Wrong Ideas 

Our own cognitive biases, combined with a fast-paced chaotic environment, wear down our ability to discern false narratives from facts. Amishi Jha explains the science on how to shift away from divisiveness and boost your brain’s resilience. Read More 

  • Amishi Jha
  • July 8, 2021