Stop forcing your mindfulness on me
There are a lot of other activities that offer the same temporary escape, without attempting to establish a more permanent detachment from the ego.
Exercising, listening to music, playing sports, practicing art, or engaging in any activity that helps temporarily shut out the rest of the world can provide the same sense of relief from stress.
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It is based on Buddhist traditions and it's described as "the non-judgmental awareness of experiences in the present moment."
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Meditation has drifted from its religious connections and has been adopted by psychologists, healthcare professionals and other secular organizations as an effective way to deal with the stress and illnesses of the modern world.
Research findings conclude that regular mindfulness meditation reduces stress and builds resilience.
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Mindfulness is grounded in the Buddhist doctrine. It is a metaphysical denial of the self - there is no soul, spirit or any ongoing individual basis for identity. There is no 'self' or 'me', and consequently, no thoughts that are 'mine'.se
Western metaphysics holds that there is some entity to whom all these experiences are happening. We refer to this entity as 'I' or 'me'.