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The word “mindfulness” has become an increasingly popular term over the past couple of years and often gets thrown around as a lifestyle trend that we all have to incorporate into our every day lives. But what even constitutes as a “mindful practice”? Can this word mean something different to everyone? For some it could mean practicing yoga, while to others it could simply mean praying or sitting in silence. Martin Davidson, a Johnson and Higgins Professor of Business Administration at University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business, explains that there is no one or best way to engage in mindful rituals. Thus, as efforts to spread contemplative practices to diverse groups continues to develop, it’s crucial to cultivate mutuality and to be accepting of different forms of mindful practices that may already exist in a given community.
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