As criticism of the science of meditation grow, is it time to go back to the beginning?
In the course of the 20th century psychology went through several transformations. By comparison traditional Buddhism remained relatively stable. How then can we understand the engagement between the two?
Definitions of MBIs typically include an element of 'non-judgement', even thought this is inconsistent with traditional forms of meditation. Is this important and does it help us to understand the mindfulness journey?
How can we understand the science of mindfulness, if claims regarding problems in theoretical frameworks and methodological treatment prove to be reliable?
The Critical Mindfulness blog went live in September 2019. It is a forum to explore the relationship between science and society through the transition of meditation into mindfulness.