(Google Translate friendly) If Mindfulness Is This Popular, Why Is Everyone So Mindless? by Professor Dholakia M. Uptal,PhD


On the surface, mindfulness practice seems tailor-made for increasing welfare of its adopters. Drawing upon centuries-old Buddhist and Vedantic rituals, it refers to a set of activities & exercises performed to focus one’s mind on experiencing the present, one moment at a time. Mindfulness exercises often involve meditation in some form. The practitioner focuses on a single concept continuously for a period ranging from a few minutes to …

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