The Internet allows easy access to a wide range of information about and materials relating to mindfulness and meditation. In particular, there are wonderfully accessible resources that detail the relevant neuroscience and how our brains change in response to experience
Dharmaseed.org provides a wide-range of free audiotapes of talks by thousands of teachers, and on many topics. It’s well-worth some exploration.
marc.ucla.edu The UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center has free meditation podcasts that you can either stream or download.
Mindfulnet.org is an independent mindfulness website that bills itself as "everything you need to know about mindfulness on one website." It includes information on research, neuroscience, teachers, phone applications, and more.
The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at UMASS Medical School is another wonder resource of information on classes, trainings, research, and conferences.
Rickhanson.net is the website of neuropsychologist Rick Hanson, PhD and provides "resources for happiness, love, and wisdom."
Youtube.com and TED talks are wonderful ways to learn more about neuroscience, mindfulness, stress, and the body. Here are a couple of examples to get you started.
There are numerous resources on the web that expand upon the concept of mindfulness and meditation. Here you will find a mix of video, audio, and web-based materials for a deeper look into mindfulness.
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