Learning to Celebrate Neurodiversity in Mindfulness
Developing more inclusive teaching practices can go a long way to making mindfulness accessible, especially for communities of neurodiversity.
It’s never anyone’s fault when mindfulness doesn’t work for them. They were just not taught mindfulness in an accessible, inclusive way that considers any unique needs.
3 Mindfulness Practices for Neurodiverse Meditators
We don’t all meditate the same way—nor do we need to. Sue Hutton offers helpful tips and practices, informed by the autism community, to make mindfulness practice truly accessible.