The Mindfulness Movie
The Benefits of Mindfulness

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Leon

I love meditation and mindfulness, and the basic content of this video is okay. The science part... all rubbish. There is one animation where they show parts of the brain moving, which is totally not possible.

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Liza

This seemed like a good concept, but you lost me with the headless fatty trope.

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