mindfulness – what is that?

mindfulness

Joseph Goldstein, the author of this article, is one of the first American vipassana meditation teachers. I very much appreciate that he puts the Chinese character for “Mindfulness” at the beginning of his article, as it makes clear that mindfulness has not only to do with the mind, but with the ‘heart-mind’.  Although this is a short description, I find it full of very practical advice and useful tips for our practice. Continue reading

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mindful speaking: Thay

"The way you speak to others can offer them joy, happiness, self-confidence, hope, trust, and enlightenment. Mindful speaking is a deep practice." — Thich Nhat Hanh

“The way you speak to others can offer them joy, happiness, self-confidence, hope, trust, and enlightenment. Mindful speaking is a deep practice.” — Thich Nhat Hanh

“The way you speak to others can offer them joy, happiness, self-confidence, hope, trust, and enlightenment. Mindful speaking is a deep practice.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

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