There is ample evidence that mindfulness enhances learning. Ramsburg and Youmans (2014) found that meditation in the higher-education classroom improved student knowledge retention during lectures. However, mood, relaxation, and class interest were not affected by the meditation training. Garland et al. (2014) showed that the state of mindfulness during meditation predict enhanced cognitive reappraisal. Other research has demonstrated that meditation (both concentration and insight-oriented meditation) significantly enhanced well-being (Hosemans, 2015). In this study, compared to non-meditators, both meditation approaches demonstrated significantly enhanced mindfulness and also indicated lower perceived stress. Lauricella (2014) found that the practice of mindfulness meditation can help individuals to self-calm, focus on the present moment, and experience physical and mental health benefits. This skill is of particular importance to undergraduate students, who often experience stress, anxiety, or depression. She demonstrated that mindfulness meditation in a group of undergraduate students showed multiple benefits, more so in the face-to-face mindfulness training that provided the notion of a sangha or community when compared to a digital informed practice. Numerous other mindfulness studies have investigated the positive effects on body, mind, well-being and other. In a meta-analysis (52 studies) clinical trials and laboratory studies alike suggested that the mechanisms of mindfulness involve not only relaxation, but important shifts in cognition, emotion, biology, and behavior that may work synergistically to improve health (Greeson, 2009). In the same study it was found that mindfulness practice can influence the brain, the autonomic nervous system, stress hormones, the immune system, and health behaviors. Research is beginning to prove what mindfulness practitioners have known for centuries—that greater attention, awareness, acceptance, and compassion can facilitate more flexible, adaptive responses to stress, which, in turn, can help free us from suffering and realize greater health and well-being.