Mindfulness

The following books and papers deal with defining and understanding mindfulness, specifically:

Batchelor, M. (2011). Meditation and mindfulness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 157-164.

Bodhi, B. (2011). What does mindfulness really mean? A canonical perspective. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 19-39.

Dreyfuss, G. (2011). Is mindfulness present-centred and non-judgemental? A discussion of the cognitive dimensions of mindfulness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 41-54.

Dunne, J. (2011). Toward an understanding of non-dual mindfulness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 71-88.

Gethin, R. (2011). On some definitions of mindfulness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 263-279.

Gunaratana, B. H. (2002). Mindfulness in plain English. Boston, MA: Wisdom Publications.

Hanh, T. N. (1975, 1991). The miracle of mindfulness. London: Rider.

Kabat-Zinn, J. (2011). Some reflections on the origins of MBSR, skillful means, and the trouble with maps. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 281-306.

Maex, E. (2011). The Buddhist roots of mindfulness training: A practitioners view. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 165-175.

Olendzki, A. (2011). The construction of mindfulness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 55-70.

Salzberg, S. (2011). Mindfulness and loving kindness. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 177-182.

Teasdale, J. D., & Chaskalson, M. (2011). How does mindfulness transform suffering? I: The nature and origin of dukkha. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 89-102.

Williams, J. M. G. & Kabat-Zinn, J. (2011). Mindfulness: Diverse perspectives on its meaning, origins, and multiple applications at the intersection of science and Dharma. Contemporary Buddhism, 12 (1), 1-18.

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