University of Toronto Libraries has several of these books and many others. Some are available online.
- What Now; Mindfulness in your 20s and Beyond – Yael Shy
- The Mindful Twenty-Something: Life skills to handle stress…& everything else – Holly B. Rogers M.D.
- Wherever You Go There You Are – Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD
- Mindful of Race – Ruth King
- Zen and the Art of Saving the Planet – Thich Nhat Hanh
- When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times – Pema Chodron
- Integrating Mindfulness into Anti-Oppression Pedagogy: Social Justice in Higher Education – Beth Berila
Research and academic articles
Hundreds of peer reviewed articles on mindfulness are published each year and available through University of Toronto Libraries. The articles below are examples of areas of research and discourse on the topic.
- Meta-analysis of research findings on the benefits of mindfulness
- Association of Dispositional Mindfulness with Stress, Cortisol, and Well-Being Among University Undergraduate Students
- Teaching meditation to college students within an historical and cultural context: A qualitative analysis of undergraduate reflections on contemplative practice
Videos and podcasts
- U of T professors and staff introduce mindfulness and its applications
- Oxford Mindfulness Centre, University of Oxford podcasts and recordings
- John Vervaeke of U of T leads two practices from the Vipassana tradition: Finding Your Centre and Finding Your Roots
- Norman Farb from U of T draws from emerging behavioural and neuroimaging research to investigate mindfulness and well-being
- Sharon Salzberg on our relationship with pain and suffering
Programs & courses at U of T
- Courses in the Buddhism, Psychology, and Mental Health Program (minor available)
- Masters in Pastoral Care (Buddhism focus)
- School of Continuing Studies mindfulness certificates and seminars
- CTL5042H Mindfulness in Education: Theory and Practice
Additional places to study mindfulness
- Centre for Mindfulness Studies (Toronto)
- A Mindful Society Conference
- The Center for Mindful Self-Compassion
Vipassana/Insight Meditation Centres
Vipassana is a Buddhist form of meditation that has many similarities to what we call mindfulness in North America, yet there are some important differences in the practices and the intended outcomes.
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