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The History of Mindfulness

The History of Mindfulness

People have been practising mindfulness for thousands of years.

Mindfulness was popularised in the East by religious and spiritual institutions.

The popularity of mindfulness in the West is rooted in Buddhist and Hindu traditions and can be traced to particular people and secular institutions.

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