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1. The Power of Mindfulness

1. The Power of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is at the heart of monk philosophy. It involves being fully present and engaged in the moment. Shetty emphasizes the importance of regular meditation and mindfulness practices to reduce stress, improve focus, and increase overall well-being.


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Learnings from "Think Like a Monk": Cultivating a Mindful and Purposeful Life "Think Like a Monk" by Jay Shetty offers profound insights into how ancient wisdom can be applied to modern life. Drawing from his experiences as a monk and his journey thereafter, Shetty provides actionable advice on how to live a more meaningful, fulfilling, and mindful life. Here are some key learnings from "Think Like a Monk":

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