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Mindwithness!

The Pali word for mindfulness is sati (Sanskrit: smrti). Although the term ‘mindfulness’ is the most popular rendition of sati, the word sati actually means ‘to remember’ (i.e., ‘to remember’ to be...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Mindwithness, Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychological Tests, Meditation, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Mindlessness and Hallucination

The state of ‘mindlessness’ is generally considered to be the opposite of the state of ‘mindfulness’. Mindlessness, therefore, refers to a lack of present moment awareness whereby the mind is...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Hallucinations, psychosis, Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Meditation, mindfulness practice, mindfulness training

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

A Close Truth

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Meditation, mindfulness, mindfulness practice

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

The Life Gamble

Along with Professor Mark Griffiths who is one of the world’s leading experts in the study of behavioural addictions, we recently published an article in the Journal of Behavioural Addictions...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical, Psychological Tests, Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, addiction and Addiction Behaviors, addiction research, Pathological Gambling

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Meditation: A Three-fold Approach

Within Western research settings, interest into the health-related applications of Buddhist and Buddhist-derived meditation techniques is rapidly growing.

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Meditation, mindfulness practice, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

The Off-spring of Spring

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Buddhism: A Brief Introduction

Buddhism originated approximately 2,600 years ago and is based on the teachings of Siddartha Gautama who is said to have been born in Lumbini (near the Nepalese/Indian border).

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Buddhist psychology, Meditation, mindfulness, Psychological Tests, Psychotherapy

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Teaching Mindfulness to Children

Along with a friend and colleague of ours – Professor Mark Griffiths – we recently published an article in the journal of Education and Health about the health benefits of mindfulness for children...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Education, Medical, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, educational psychology, Buddhism, Meditation, Minerals

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Hearken to the Dharma

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Buddhist psychology, dharma, Buddhism, Meditation, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Life is a Precious Happening

Life is a very rare and precious happening. On this earth there are seven billion human beings and countless other sentient beings.

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Buddhist psychology, Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Meditation, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Simply Being with Nothing to Be

Nowhere to go, nothing to do

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical, Psychological Tests, Buddhist psychology, Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Meditation, mindfulness practice, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

A Breath of Fresh Air

Are you breathing? Are you alive? Are you being? These may seem like strange questions but read them again and look at what they are asking.

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Buddhist psychology, Buddhism, Meditation, mindfulness practice, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Carry your Meditation Cushion with You

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Psychology, Buddhist psychology, Psychotherapy, Meditation, meditation awareness training, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

The Binds of Ignorance

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

A Buddha has Entered the World

A short poem written by my friend and colleague Ven William Van Gordon

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Is the landscape of scientific impact shifting?

Assessing the quality of scientific publications

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Impact Factor, Open access, scientific merit

Posted by: Kumar Selvarajoo

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

The Life Gamble

Along with Professor Mark Griffiths who is one of the world’s leading experts in the study of behavioural addictions, we recently published an article in the Journal of Behavioural Addictions...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 12 Dec 2014

Meditation: A Three-fold Approach

Within Western research settings, interest into the health-related applications of Buddhist and Buddhist-derived meditation techniques is rapidly growing. Indeed, Buddhist meditation has been shown...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 12 Dec 2014

A Bubble in the Wind

Life is like a bubble

Science > Psychology > Cognitive Science

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 12 Dec 2014

False Spiritual Economy: Why an “I Want it All and I Want it Now” Attitude doesn’t Promote Spiritual Growth

It is fair to say that in contemporary society there is a growing demand amongst consumers for instant gratification and for products and services that can be accessed 24-hours a day. This appears to...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 12 Dec 2014

Scientific American's December issue contents

A fungi fanatic, bendy screen and more in the magazine's news section, Advances

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: news, Editorial, Journalism

Posted by: Amber Williams

Posted on: 11 Dec 2014

Most viewed Neuroscience research articles in November 2014

Catch up with the top 10 most viewed research articles from the "Frontiers in" Neuroscience journals this November. All articles are open access - enjoy!

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Neuroscience, November, Most viewed

Posted by: Frontiers in Neuroscience Editorial Office

Posted on: 02 Dec 2014

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