It's not a question of learning much. On the contrary, it's a question of unlearning much. OSHO
Yoga, Meditation, Mindful living
Philadelphia and Main Line
Bringing Mindfulness to the Multitudes
My goal is to bring share and encourage the practice of mindfulness for every person. Mindfulness is simply a practice of self-betterment. It does not come tied to a religion or doctrine. There are no pre-requisites or punishments. It is a practice of the self for the self.
Everyone can benefit from a Mindfulness practice. It can be practiced by adults, children, mothers, fathers, employers, students, athletes, activists, politicians, religious figures everyone. The practice I offer does not require you to sit in meditation for 20 minutes twice a day, or even at all if you do not want to (although it is immensely beneficial).
I believe Mindfulness is imperative to our well-being as individuals and as a society. I think we could solve a lot of problems and avoid a lot of struggles if only we as a whole could live more mindfully. But we have to start somewhere.