January 5, 2023

SEMA Lab - Science Enhanced Mindful Awareness

SEMA Lab at the University of Arizona is developing tools to better understand mindfulness meditation, make mindfulness more accessible, and ultimately enhance anyone’s quest for personal happiness.
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SEMA Lab at the University of Arizona’s Center for Consciousness Studies (SEMA stands for “Science Enhanced Mindful Awareness”) is a unique institution attempting to better understand mindfulness meditation. Co-founded by neuroscience researcher Jay Sanguinetti and meditation teacher Shinzen Young, the lab seeks to develop tools that can make mindfulness more accessible to beginners, and ultimately enhance any individual’s quest for personal happiness.

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