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.
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