Mindfulness Principles and Practice


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One of the greatest gifts of the Buddha to the world is the mindfulness practice. It plays an important role in Buddhist spiritual practice and in many eastern religious traditions. However, the principles and techniques of mindfulness practice can also be applied for mundane purposes to experience peace and happiness and cultivate awareness of the world and one's surroundings. With mindfulness practice you become more intuitive, insightful, calmer, wiser and empathetic. The following essays deal with the mind body connection, and how you can cultivate mindfulness for better health, focus, and deeper awareness of yourself and your mental and emotional states.

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