This is a term that I’m sure many are not familiar with. I only came across tonight’s article reading another article, that for the life of me, I don’t remember. That said however, biofeedback is something to me is a precursor to what today is mindfulness.
Both topics that were of interest to my dad (and now me) over twenty-two years ago. The article is entitled “Elmer Green Biography” courtesy of the Science of Consciousness website. Thanks dad!
So I just finished the book entitled The Autism Playbook for Teens: Imagination-Based Mindfulness Activities to Calm Yourself, Build Independence, and Connect with Others” by and while it wasn’t necessarily what I was looking for, it definitely gave me food for thought.
In fact, tonight I was reading an interesting article entitled Zen and the Art of Multitasking: Mindfulness for Law Librarians by Filippa Marullo Anzalone. Maybe it’ll help (me) the librarian connect with (my son) the teenager in a whole new way. We’ll have to wait and see.
Autism (and Law) Librarian
I have to say I never thought I would use those two words together, even though mindfulness is something my dad practiced and autism is a word used to describe my son. The article is entitled “When the Caregivers Need Healing” by Catherine Saint Louis over at the New York Times.