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Susan Kaiser Greenland, author of The Mindful Child, explains how parents can teach the transformative techniques of mindful awareness to children so they can overcome stress.

This video features youth and young adults discussing their experiences practicing mindfulness, and how mindfulness has benefited different aspects of their lives. The video also features youth practicing mindfulness, and includes insights from a health professional and mindfulness teacher.
In this powerful talk, an instructor bringing mindfulness to shelters shares her research into how mindfulness can set us up for success and break cycles of transgenerational trauma. AnneMarie Rossi is the founder and director of Be Mindful, a non-profit association of mindfulness instructors dedicated to making the practice accessible to all.

This story is from a middle school in a high poverty and violence neighborhood in San Francisco, that after implementing "Quiet Time", a meditation program (12 minutes per day) saw their truancy and suspension rates drop while the rest of the state increased. Meditation helped the students feel safer, teachers more productive, and brought unity and purpose to the school.

Mindfulness allows us to see our thoughts and feelings as they really are, freeing us from old ways of thinking. 

Jon Kabat-Zinn -- the founder of MBSR -- mindfulness based stress reduction about mindfulness in education. 

As a leading venture capitalist, Ted Dintersmith lived and breathed the world of innovation. He has seen first-hand how quickly automation is eliminating the structured jobs in our economy, as well as the opportunities for young adults who are bold, creative, and entrepreneurial.

Why Mindfulness is a Superpower: Practicing mindfulness is one of the single most powerful things you can do for your well-being. 

Neuroscientist Richard Davidson presents his research on how social and emotional learning can affect the brain.

Focusing our attention can change the physical structure of our brains. Dr. Daniel Siegel explains what is possible when we actively seek to change our brains, thus improving our relationships and stopping self-limiting patterns.