The Paradox of Mindfulness: Cycling the Wheel

The Paradox of Mindfulness: Cycling the Wheel

  • August 26, 2013

At front and center stage of Buddhist psychology is mindfulness: moment-to-moment non-judgmental awareness. Mindfulness is to know and see things as they are arising and passing. It’s a way of being that invites you to be fully alive and awake to your own life as: “Life is available only in…

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