The Opposite Of Mindfulness

If you’re curious how the three principles I talk about in the show each week relate to traditional mindfulness practice, tune in for an inside-out look at the true source of peace and presence of mind!
(Original Airdate: June 2nd 2016)

01:50- An understanding that will change the way you approach things
20:30- When you’re more present…
29:50- Meditation without meditating
38:30- A lot less people have broken legs than you think
51:00- Kids and boredom

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