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How Mindfulness Can Heal the World: Evolving Beyond Tribalism

How Mindfulness Can Heal the World: Evolving Beyond Tribalism

by Robert Wright

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Overview

One of the most trusted voices in science-based spirituality offers a powerful antidote for our culture of division.

In a time when we have more technologies than ever for connecting, why is our world so divided? One main factor is the phenomenon of “tribalism”—the human tendency to become so identified with a group that we become blind to the ideas, qualities, and even humanity of others. “Most of us are part of the problem of tribalism,” says bestselling author Robert Wright. “Natural selection engineered the human mind to be susceptible to this way of thinking.” Yet there is hope for us individually and as a species—and it starts with the ancient prescription of mindfulness.

With How Mindfulness Can Heal the World, Wright presents a deeply informative and practical audio workshop filled with insights and guided practices to help us evolve beyond tribal thinking, including:

• What drives tribalism? The underlying psychology and evolution of “us and them.”
• How mindfulness addresses the roots of tribalism and helps us see ourselves and the world clearly.
• Overcoming confirmation bias, cultivating objectivity, practicing empathy and compassion, and much more.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781683644705
Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated
Publication date: 08/18/2020
Product dimensions: 4.82(w) x 5.65(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

Robert Wright is a New York Times bestselling author whose books include Why Buddhism Is True, The Evolution of God, Nonzero, and The Moral Animal. He is the cofounder and editor in chief of bloggingheads.tv and has written for The New Yorker, the New York Times, Time, the Wall Street Journal, and more. He has taught in the psychology department at the University of Pennsylvania and the religion department at Princeton University, where he also created the online course Buddhism and Modern Psychology. For more, visit nonzero.org.

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