Interesting, although it worries me that in times of austerity, governments and GP's, will seek to promote meditation, as a posed to the use of more expensive, anti-depressant medication. The later, is the only thing that has ever really helped me. Meditation is undoubtably a positive thing, although in my experience it has been no more effective than other drug-free alternatives, such as, going for a walk, or listening to some relaxing music etc. I think 7 million pounds would be better spent on furthering our understanding of the neurological processes involved in depression, and improving the effectiveness of antidepressant medication.
James13141 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/03/13
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Very short but time used well. Appreciate the presenters' clarity. The last podcast, a quick mediation, is very nice.
KateK31 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/18/13
hello: I am a learner from China.I am now learning psychology In one university in China,the fattern of the study is almost Self-learning. is there any way to certify my taking time in this course supplied by Oxford even I need pass a exam。
Jzhouchengbin via Apple Podcasts · China · 04/27/12
This course provides a quick snapshot of the who, what, how and why mindfulness is useful. The final topic of the course is an actual guided meditation using mindfulness. If you are looking for a long meditation...seek another place. If you are looking for lots of details on the topic of...Read full review »
Traveling_woman24 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/28/12
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