When you picture an ideal place to meditate, what comes to mind?
Chances are, it’s not a prison cell . . .
. . . and yet mindfulness is making inroads in several areas of the prison system.
After discovering a widespread history of trauma and neglect among the female inmates he works with, one practitioner started introducing them to mindfulness practice.
So how have the women responded?
Just click below to find out in this short video. While the video quality is spotty in parts, the story is compelling so we wanted to share it with you.
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve shared stories from practitioners about how they’re integrating mindfulness into their work. If you’ve missed them, you can find them on our blog: How to Make Mindfulness Work in Your Practice and Mindfulness and Bipolar Disorder . . . A Life Transformed.
And coming up, we’ll give you another look at how mindfulness is transforming people’s lives in ways and areas you might least expect.
But in the meantime, we’d like to hear from you. How have you applied mindfulness in your work with patients? Please share your comments below.