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Working memory, an executive function that has been described as our mental scratch pad or internal white board, is positively correlated in the research with mindfulness practice.
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Cognitive flexibility is an executive function that has been shown to be positively correlated with mindfulness and meditation practice. When we are more flexible, we're better able to nimbly shift and switch gears in response to life's changing demands resulting in greater resilience.