Owing to its effectiveness, there is a reasonable hype around mindfulness. If you break away the hype, mindfulness is just being present. Asking yourself the question, “What’s happening right now?” every moment. This state of awareness allows us to fully experience the moment we are in, intentionally and non-judgmentally. Not while thinking about the future, not while ruminating about the past, but in the here and now.
Why should one meditate?
Mindfulness teacher, Shinzen Young elaborates on how meditation allows us to optimise five key dimensions of human happiness.
We take you on an eight-week journey based on the scientific practices of Unified Mindfulness to help you learn the skills of getting more out of life.
You learn six techniques, each technique has its unique benefit and context of practice and develops your skills of Concentration, Clarity and Equanimity.
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