Which result is the most important to consider?

The MSES-R tool provides separate measurements of each subscale, which can be helpful in understanding the specific skills you develop through your mindfulness practice.

According to studies conducted by Dr Bruno Cayoun and the research team, the total score is the most direct measure of mindfulness-based self-efficacy. It is also useful to look at the percentile score, which enables you to compare your score with that of the general population. Most individuals without a mental health condition score around the 50th percentile, corresponding to a total score of 59/88.

The graph displays the total score for each measurement. High scores indicate high levels of self-reported equanimity.

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