Mindfulness criticas

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Taller de mindfulness | hola 21

Cebolla, A., Enrique, A., Alvear, D., Soler, J., y García-Campayo, J. (2017). Psicología positiva contemplativa: integrando mindfulness en la psicología positiva. Papeles del Psicólogo, 38(1), 12-18. https://doi.org/23923 /pap.psicol2017.2816
Chiesa, A., Calati, R. y Serretti, A. (2011). El entrenamiento de mindfulness mejora las capacidades cognitivas? Una revisión sistemática de los hallazgos neuropsicológicos. Clinical Psychology Review, 31(3), pp.449-464. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2010.11.003
Grossman, P. (2011). Definir mindfulness por lo mal que creo que presto atención durante la conciencia cotidiana y otros problemas intratables para la (re)invención de mindfulness por parte de la psicología: comentario sobre Brown et al. (2011). Psychological Assessment, 23, 1034-1040. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0022713
Grossman, P. y Van Dam, T. (2011). Mindfulness, by any other name… Trials and Tribulations of Sati in Western Psychology and Science. Contemporary Buddhism, 12, 219-239. https://doi.org/10.1080/14639947.2011.564841
Keng, S. L., Smoski, M. J., y Robins, C. J. (2011). Efectos del mindfulness en la salud psicológica: Una revisión de estudios empíricos. Clinical Psychology Review, 31, 1041-1056. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2011.04.006

Mindfulness versus prayer. critique of the book the power of now.

Mindfulness (also known as mindfulness) is a practice that is enjoying a sweeping fashion. There are all kinds of products that advocate its benefits, applied to the most diverse areas.
In fact, the meditation that has spread the most thanks to various best-selling books written by coaches, therapists and the like, is mindfulness. A clear exponent of the phenomenon is Jon Kabat-Zinn.
Kabat-Zinn created a program to reduce stress, anxiety and chronic pain for hospital patients. In this sense, mindfulness has been defined as a non-judgmental awareness focused on the present that allows detachment from emotions and mental rumination associated with the thoughts that cause pathologies.
If a student of the dharma is committed to awakening, he also takes responsibility for responding to the ordinary physical or mental sufferings that anyone can experience. Without being a buddha, he or she has the possibility of offering adaptations or tools that provide relief, even if they do not necessarily eliminate the deepest anxieties of existence. (167)

Morning inner cleansing meditation (guilt and guilt-ridden)

I signed up for the course because I was quite curious to know what mindfulness was after having read several articles and also because at that time in my life I was going through a stage of particular stress for work and family reasons and I had to «do something».
I can only say good things about Jose, just listening to him leaves anyone relaxed (no matter how stressed you are), he is extremely didactic and patient and above all he transmits that he teaches this course because he has a sincere interest in helping others. He is a wonderful person. Congratulations for the course and thank you.
I took the course in May, and I am delighted. I was motivated to do it by stress and the need to know why I was feeling the way I was feeling. Today, I am able to identify and control more those adrenaline surges. It is a daily exercise that little by little comes out without realizing it.    I am learning to ACCEPT that not everything has the explanation we are looking for.
I have taken the course to reduce stress based on the MBSR program. It has been a success to have chosen José Manuel Martín for it: very well structured classes, personalized follow-up, with very well worked extra content and the best thing… a huge dose of sensitivity and connection with all of us.

Negative effects of meditating

When you use Mindfulness to observe the criticism that appears in the mind you can choose how you look at things and how you react to them. To illustrate how to turn off the criticism, we collect here an excerpt from an article published in Mindful (April 2017) by our friend and colleague Bob Stahl with Steve Flower. By the way, Bob will be visiting Esmindfulness Institute again in 2018 to lead a 7-day retreat in August for MBSR Instructors and graduates.
One of the discoveries of an MBSR program, (Mindfulness for Stress Reduction), is that we become aware of thoughts. Thus we discover that, of all possible thoughts, criticism or negative judgments about oneself or others are one of the mind’s compulsive obsessions; they are like bombs. It is as if the human brain has an overactive gland that secretes judgments, just as the adrenal gland secretes adrenaline. Negative and reactive judgments can arise instantaneously and with respect to anything. Sometimes they focus almost exclusively on oneself, and sometimes on others.