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The Buddha's 4 Foundations of Mindfulness

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About this course

The basic premise of mindfulness is simple. The body does many things without our awareness. When germs invade, our white blood cells attack the invaders without our knowledge. However, we can train ourselves to become aware of the things we do consciously with the body, such as walking, standing, talking, eating, drinking, writing, reading, playing, and other physical activities. We can also develop moment-to-moment awareness of our emotions, sensations, thoughts, and other mental activities. 

Mindfulness trains us to do everything we do with full awareness.

From the Buddhist meditator and scholar, Bhikkhu Anālayo, this is a thorough-going series of meditations to the Buddhist teachings on the four foundations of mindfulness. With mindfulness being so widely taught, there is a need for a clear-sighted and experience-based guide. Analayo provides it.

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    Love how it looks like you have brought Angeles Arrien’s work on gratitude into this course… I look forward to taking the course.

  • Nancy says:

    Thank you!

  • Sean,
    Thank you for offering this course for something as important for one’s health yet often not considered. Looking forward learning your knowledge and passion of this subject. With gratitude! David

  • LEONARD MOSALA says:

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  • Lora Zangari says:

    Thank you. Looking forward…

  • Jan says:

    From the course structure, this looks to be a wonderful & uplifting course. I’m looking forward to getting started later today. Thank you Sean for your generosity.

  • Anna says:

    Thank you Sean, this looks like a powerful course!

  • D says:

    is there a deadline to complete this course and can you pick up where you left off if you need to stop part way through?

  • Chelsea says:

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  • Lora says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I have been practicing but I will start at the beginning again and go through this well-thought-out course.

  • Chris says:

    I am always open to learning more about mindfulness and meditation. Thank you for creating this course.

  • Rosalie says:

    Great start Sean, thank you.
    Brought with it know-it-all mind to start but once put aside and just staying with the breath, the powerful settling and quiet beauty of the practice arises naturally.

  • Anjali Sharma says:

    Willing to do

  • Ayla says:

    Thank you for mindfulness on line course, looking forward to it.

  • Lisa says:

    Thank you very much for the course, I am participating. I often go back and relearn. It is a great course!

  • Chanda Singh says:

    Starting Today Friday, 1st March 2019

  • Manuela says:

    Relaxing and soothing!!! Thank you!!!

  • Lora says:

    I really enjoyed this course and am grateful to be able to come back to it. Thank you, Jeremy. Thanks, Sean.

  • I have just listened to the video and the Intro only and I love it already. Many thanks for this, it’s great and makes so much sense. Cath

  • Is there pdf’s to print for this course?

  • adriana says:

    fabulous resource thank you

  • Marie Kelly says:

    Thank you, Sean for sharing all this information. I will have a better understanding of Mindful Eating. Marie.

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