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From co-emergence dynamics to human perceptual evolution: The role of neuroplasticity during mindfulness training

@inproceedings{Cayoun2005FromCD,
  title={From co-emergence dynamics to human perceptual evolution: The role of neuroplasticity during mindfulness training},
  author={Bruno A. Cayoun},
  year={2005}
}
It is generally accepted that the aim of mindfulness training is to develop greater objectivity, acceptance and detachment with each experience. Using a standard delivery structure, daily practice of mindfulness meditation teaches the trainee to perceive thoughts merely as thoughts and body sensations as body sensations, with an attempt to not identify with the experience. The training promotes reliance on perceptual, rather than judgmental, appraisal of information, resulting in greater… 
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