Mindfulness Meditation – It’s Everywhere, but What is it Exactly?

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You may have heard or read about mindfulness, taken a course on it, or actively practice it. Is mindfulness different than meditation? Why is it so popular? What are the benefits of this practice? We will examine key teachings on mindfulness from the original words of the Buddha who lived 2,500 years ago. We will practice mindfulness exercises and meditate using the Buddha’s teachings on the four foundations of mindfulness. There will be the opportunity to ask questions and share experiences. You will be given suggestions to sustain mindfulness practices, and you will gain a deeper understanding of these profound teachings intended to free us from distress. No previous knowledge of mindfulness is required.

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