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Mindfulness in Politics

Mindfulness in Politics

Sep 6, 2013-- "Mindfulness meditation" is a growing movement, but can it unstick the modern political gridlock? Congressman Tim Ryan thinks so, and is calling for a "quiet revolution" in America. "Practicing mindfulness may not get everyone on the same page in detailed policy terms, he believes, but it could help to find more common ground between different views." This interview with Ryan shares more of his work on bringing mindfulness to the table -- including starting a 'quiet time caucus' on Capital Hill. (18668 reads)


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