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Journaled Studies

4 decades of research into mindfulness and meditation have produced thousands of journaled studies, and a broad consensus that mindfulness produces remarkably positive outcomes.

Mindful Leadership

The impact of mindfulness on leadership competencies, including presence, authenticity, trustworthiness, influence and mobilization, mental strength and resilience.

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Mindfulness at Work

The impact of mindfulness on management and organizational challenges, including distraction, unconscious bias, change management, toxic behaviors, and conflict.


Mindfulness for Wellbeing

The impact of mindfulness on physical, mental and emotional challenges, including chronic stress and illness, anxiety and depression, sleep disorder, fatigue and burnout.

At the Office

Cognitive Performance

The impact of mindfulness on executive skills, including working memory, mental clarity, awareness, planning, critical thinking, complex problem-solving, and decision-making.


Emotional Intelligence

The impact of mindfulness on emotional intelligence capabilities, including self-awareness, social-awareness, emotional regulation, empathy, compassion and effective communication.


Mindfulness in Education

The impact of mindfulness on student and teacher awareness, focus and attention control, mental flexibility, emotional regulation, working memory, learning and retention.


Mindfulness in Healthcare

The impact of mindfulness on safety in high-reliability organizations (HRO), physician and care-giver stress and burnout, and patient care and outcomes.

Checking Blood Pressure

Mindfulness in Public Safety

The impact of mindfulness on mental health challenges and behaviors in law enforcement, first-response and corrections, including unconscious bias, trauma and burnout.

Light and Shadow Portrait

"The brains of meditators are structurally different from those of non-meditators. The anterior cingulate cortex - the region associated with controlling impulses and maintaining attention - has more tissue mass, and meditators have more density in the regions responsible focus, awareness, attention control and stress management. These are physical properties that result from purely mental activities.”


Id8TE, 2018

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