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Mindfulness is a significant trend in contemporary secular psychotherapy. Joanna Jackson describes how it was introduced into Western care models for distress management. She evaluates its appeal, philosophical assumptions, and popular practices, and reflects on how mindfulness imperfectly points to its Christian analogues of meditation, prayer, and embodied faith.