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.
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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