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The policy is based on mindfulness meditation. Yes, that's right, mindfulness is a part. As you want to breathe in for the first time, exhale, and a bit of a g

Take a deep breath. Vote

The policy is based on mindfulness meditation. Yes, that's right, mindfulness is a part. As you want to breathe in for the first time, exhale, and a bit of a grip, to be able to this message, the value of free trace. Pictures of members of Parliament, and careful Minister meditate not fit very well in these heated times, dominated by scream necks and fungi. But the Hype around the mindful inwardness does not parliaments hold. In the British house of Commons is meditating since 2013 across party lines, without a group forced together. And also in Sweden, the Netherlands and the US congressmen have launched in the past few years, mindfulness initiatives.

But that also works? This question is so easy to answer. So far, an absence of supporting documentation to ensure that such political mindfulness interventions to achieve the desired effect, say, Michael Bang Petersen and Panagiotis Mitkidis of the Danish University of Aarhus.

you Can put mindfulness to the policy files? "The study is a first step and is very open to a lot of questions," says psychologist Simon Schindlert. Even if there is no evidence of a tolerance-promoting effect, should be meditated upon in the policy. "There is no harm according to the Findings of the study," says Schindler.

Alan Howarth, a member of the British upper house, said meetings on the parliamentary Mindfulness: These were "havens of trust and friendship". Whether behind the Meditation, or the group experience is? No matter.

Created: 22.12.2019, 19:45 PM

Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 10:37

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