Wednesday, 5 January 2011

impactED nurse on mindfulness

A very useful summary from Ian Miller. Whatever your work/life context, I can't see that IM's medical context invalidates anything of what he and his sources say about mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). Indeed, it helps validate it. If it works in the furiously busy emergency department of a large Australian hospital....

Happy New Year - might this be the year you try MBSR? If you need it - not everyone does, of course, though I would think it could enhance anyone's life, if only because of the way it helps you consider your own mortality, as well as helping you progress round the M25 without wanting to kill too many of the other drivers.


  1. Interesting guy and good thoughts. I'm really coming round to this, now -- just when I thought it was safe to give up on myself.

    Worth pointing out to baffled readers perhaps that the link is in the title.

  2. Thanks, Charles, good point - er...the link's in the title, O reader.

    Problem is, I don't know how else to do it. Could be a wretched NYearRes lurking somewhere there about getting on top of the web/blogland etc. Or maybe I'll just have another glass...