Maybe you have noticed that if you are doing fairly recognizable and repetitive tasks, like driving your car, or vacuuming, that you mind is regularly miles away thinking about something different? You may be fantasising about going on a vacation, worrying about some coming event, or thinking about any number of other things. In either case you aren’t focusing on your own present encounter, and you aren’t actually in touch with the ‘here and now.’ This way of operating is frequently called automatic pilot mode.
For the first time in seven years, one of the most renowned Tibetan Buddhist teachers currently teaching in the West, Her Eminence Jetsün Khandro Rinpoche, brings her teachings to the Chicago area. Heartwood Center for Body Mind Spirit, a holistic health services center in Evanston, hosts the weekend progr…Renowned Buddhist Meditation Instructor Khandro Rinpoche Teaching at Heartwood Center in Evanston
Mindfulness essentially entails the passive observation of internal and external stimuli without mental reaction. It’s most explicitly, but not exclusively, laid out in Buddhist meditation texts.
Read the pages of content listed below for additional details on how to practice mindfulness meditation
- How to Meditate – Links for Guided Meditation Practice …
- Time Alone to Think: A Painful Activity? – Decoded Science
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- Practice mindfulness for better, and quite possibly longer, life – Tampabay.com