Right now, it seems unlikely that we as a species can rise above the need for war...
Setting aside that profound and unfortunate truth, mindfulness and meditation has been shown to be a promising way to treat PTSD among military troops.
So, in this article from Paris-based WorldCrunch, we meet Dr. Rhonda Cornum, a doctor and retired brigadier general who initiated a meditation-based psychological fitness training program for the U.S. Army nearly 10 years ago...
"It's the soldiers who need (Meditation) the most... Imagine a 19-year-old deployed to Iraq for the first time, without knowing where the mines and other dangers lurk. He, most of all, needs help to keep his inner peace."
-- Rhonda Cornum, U.S. Army doctor and retired brigadier general
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TITLE Zen And The Art Of War: Meditation And The Military
PUBLISHER: Worldcrunch (France)
May 6, 2019
TOPIC(s) Society / Culture