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Pain Management Workshop:

Buddhism and Psychology Interest Group December 1999

Presenter : Michael Anderson

"In order to understand and treat pain I break the pain into two components. The first component is the sensation, and the second component is the associated mental construct. It is through these two levels that I try to work".   continued ››

Mindfulness and its Possibilities for those Living with Depression and Anxiety:

Published in Anxiety Recovery Centre Newsletter Victoria Vol. 11, No. 4, August 2006.

Mindfulness typically defined as “paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgementally„ (Kabat-Zinn 1990). It is extremely difficult to define because it is an experience. While the above quote is useful and the details that I will describe in this article may assist you to explore mindfulness, there is only one way that you can truly understand mindfulness. You must experience it. And not just once. You may understand it after one practice session, but each month, each year that I practice my experience of mindfulness alters (Improves is not the right word as I hope you will appreciate by the end of this article).   continued ››

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