Center for Healthy Minds experts and Tibetan medical leaders at premiere medical institutions in India have published the first peer-reviewed paper on a phenomenon called “tukdam” in hopes of starting a conversation about the process of death and how future research may understand a person’s mental, spiritual, and physical well-being during the process of dying.
Sometimes we seek comfort through unhealthy habits. In this 10-minute practice, we’ll cultivate curiosity about what drives these cravings, which can help us respond to them with intention.
Big sports tournaments can remind us of our shared humanity. We are all connected to one another, whether we have met before or whether we are on opposite sides of the planet. Expand your connection to the globe through this 13-minute perspective-building practice that focuses on the breath.
The Plasticity of Well-being network invites applications for Pilot Awards for projects that explore emotional well-being measurement and assessment. The network, funded by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), is one of six networks that NIH supporting to advance the understanding of emotional well-being. The Center for Healthy Minds is a collaborator in this network.
The Center for Healthy Minds is a partner in the Creative Destruction Lab - Health & Wellness, a new program based at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Healthy Minds Innovations (HMI), the external, affiliated nonprofit dedicated to supporting the mission of the Center for Healthy Minds, recently announced the hire of Peggy Panosh as Chief Executive Officer