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Modern applications of Mindfulness. Mindfulness. Mindfulness, or sati, is one of the most important aspects of Buddhist practice. It means presence of mind, attentiveness, or awareness. The Pali term, sati, more properly means – “To remember to be mindful”.

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mindfulness

Mindfulness

Mindfulness, or sati, is one of the most important aspects of Buddhist practice. It means presence of mind, attentiveness, or awareness.

The Pali term, sati, more properly means – “To remember to be mindful”.

Right Mindfulness, or Samma Sati, is a factor of the Noble Eightfold Path. It is developed through the practice of Vipassana meditation and is the only way to learn to see things as they really are.

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Mindfulness

Mindfulness, or sati, is one of the most important aspects of Buddhist practice. It means presence of mind, attentiveness, or awareness.

The Pali term, sati, more properly means – “To remember to be mindful”.

Right Mindfulness, or Samma Sati, is a factor of the Noble Eightfold Path. It is developed through the practice of Vipassana meditation and is the only way to learn to see things as they really are.

mindfulness4

Mindfulness

Mindfulness, or sati, is one of the most important aspects of Buddhist practice. It means presence of mind, attentiveness, or awareness.

The Pali term, sati, more properly means – “To remember to be mindful”.

Right Mindfulness, or Samma Sati, is a factor of the Noble Eightfold Path. It is developed through the practice of Vipassana meditation and is the only way to learn to see things as they really are.

mindfulness5

Mindfulness

Mindfulness, or sati, is one of the most important aspects of Buddhist practice. It means presence of mind, attentiveness, or awareness.

The Pali term, sati, more properly means – “To remember to be mindful”.

Right Mindfulness, or Samma Sati, is a factor of the Noble Eightfold Path. It is developed through the practice of Vipassana meditation and is the only way to learn to see things as they really are.

modern applications

Modern Applications

Mindfulness and Your Highest Human Potential

by Joshua O’Brien, O.M. www.whyimeditate.com

Since 1967, over 1500 studies have been conducted by over 250 independent research institutes showing meditation practice to be clinically effective for the management of stress, anxiety and panic, chronic pain, depression, and a wide array of medical and mental health related conditions.

In addition to significant reductions in stress, the benefits of regular daily practice include elevated immune system function, less frequency and duration of illnesses, decreased heart rate and blood pressure, improved sleep and digestion, improved mental function, intelligence, and memory.  

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness and Your Highest Human Potential

by Joshua O’Brien, O.M. www.whyimeditate.com

Since 1967, over 1500 studies have been conducted by over 250 independent research institutes showing meditation practice to be clinically effective for the management of stress, anxiety and panic, chronic pain, depression, and a wide array of medical and mental health related conditions.

In addition to significant reductions in stress, the benefits of regular daily practice include elevated immune system function, less frequency and duration of illnesses, decreased heart rate and blood pressure, improved sleep and digestion, improved mental function, intelligence, and memory.  

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness and Your Highest Human Potential

by Joshua O’Brien, O.M. www.whyimeditate.com

Since 1967, over 1500 studies have been conducted by over 250 independent research institutes showing meditation practice to be clinically effective for the management of stress, anxiety and panic, chronic pain, depression, and a wide array of medical and mental health related conditions.

In addition to significant reductions in stress, the benefits of regular daily practice include elevated immune system function, less frequency and duration of illnesses, decreased heart rate and blood pressure, improved sleep and digestion, improved mental function, intelligence, and memory.  

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Modern Applications

In fact, medical outcomes from 15,000 patients’ participation in the UMass Medical School’s Center for Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program since 1979 have shown “a 35% reduction in the number of medical symptoms and a 40% reduction in psychological symptoms.”

Not surprisingly, mindfulness meditation programs are being conducted in hundreds of hospitals, healthcare facilities, schools, corporate wellness programs, and prison settings all across the United States, and around the world. 

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Modern Applications

In fact, medical outcomes from 15,000 patients’ participation in the UMass Medical School’s Center for Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program since 1979 have shown “a 35% reduction in the number of medical symptoms and a 40% reduction in psychological symptoms.”

Not surprisingly, mindfulness meditation programs are being conducted in hundreds of hospitals, healthcare facilities, schools, corporate wellness programs, and prison settings all across the United States, and around the world. 

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Modern Applications

Thanks to the ongoing dialogue between prominent scientists and key figures from the contemplative traditions, Western science has slowly come to realize that this practice, taught by Buddha over 2500 years ago, has a profound impact on our physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

The benefits of mindfulness meditation practice, however, extend well beyond therapeutic applications or the development of new competencies in business or educational settings. For thousands of years people have been practicing mindfulness meditation, not for the benefits stated above, but for three primary purposes; To know the mind, to train the mind, and ultimately to free the mind.

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Modern Applications

Thanks to the ongoing dialogue between prominent scientists and key figures from the contemplative traditions, Western science has slowly come to realize that this practice, taught by Buddha over 2500 years ago, has a profound impact on our physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

The benefits of mindfulness meditation practice, however, extend well beyond therapeutic applications or the development of new competencies in business or educational settings. For thousands of years people have been practicing mindfulness meditation, not for the benefits stated above, but for three primary purposes; To know the mind, to train the mind, and ultimately to free the mind.

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT )

This is a psychological therapy which blends features of cognitive therapy with mindfulness techniques of Buddhism. MBCT involves accepting thoughts and feelings without judgement rather than trying to push them out of consciousness, with a goal of correcting cognitive distortions.

The aim of MBCT is not directly to relaxation or happiness in themselves, but rather, a "freedom from the tendency to get drawn into automatic reactions to thoughts, feelings, and events“. It prioritizes learning how to pay attention or concentrate in each moment and without judgment.

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT )

This is a psychological therapy which blends features of cognitive therapy with mindfulness techniques of Buddhism. MBCT involves accepting thoughts and feelings without judgement rather than trying to push them out of consciousness, with a goal of correcting cognitive distortions.

The aim of MBCT is not directly to relaxation or happiness in themselves, but rather, a "freedom from the tendency to get drawn into automatic reactions to thoughts, feelings, and events“. It prioritizes learning how to pay attention or concentrate in each moment and without judgment.

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT )

This is a psychological therapy which blends features of cognitive therapy with mindfulness techniques of Buddhism. MBCT involves accepting thoughts and feelings without judgement rather than trying to push them out of consciousness, with a goal of correcting cognitive distortions.

The aim of MBCT is not directly to relaxation or happiness in themselves, but rather, a "freedom from the tendency to get drawn into automatic reactions to thoughts, feelings, and events“. It prioritizes learning how to pay attention or concentrate in each moment and without judgment.

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness Meditation In Organizations

In the U.S., certain businesses, universities, government agencies, counseling centers, schools, hospitals, religious groups, law firms, prisons, the army, and other organizations offer training in mindfulness meditation.

In the U.S. business world, interest in mindfulness is rising dramatically. This shows in the popular business press, including books such as Awake at Work Carroll, 2004 and Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through Mindfulness, Hope, and Compassion.

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness Meditation In Organizations

In the U.S., certain businesses, universities, government agencies, counseling centers, schools, hospitals, religious groups, law firms, prisons, the army, and other organizations offer training in mindfulness meditation.

In the U.S. business world, interest in mindfulness is rising dramatically. This shows in the popular business press, including books such as Awake at Work Carroll, 2004 and Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through Mindfulness, Hope, and Compassion.

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Modern Applications

Mindfulness Meditation In Organizations

In the U.S., certain businesses, universities, government agencies, counseling centers, schools, hospitals, religious groups, law firms, prisons, the army, and other organizations offer training in mindfulness meditation.

In the U.S. business world, interest in mindfulness is rising dramatically. This shows in the popular business press, including books such as Awake at Work; and Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through Mindfulness, Hope, and Compassion.

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Modern Applications

These include Fortune 500 companies such as Raytheon, Procter & Gamble, Monsanto, General Mills, and Comcast and others such as BASF Bioresearch, Bose, New Balance, Unilever, and Nortel Networks.

Executives who “meditate and consider such a practice beneficial to running a corporation” have included the chairman of the Ford Motor Company, Bill Ford, Jr.; a managing partner of McKinsey & Co., Michael Rennie; and Aetna International’s former chairman, Michael Stephen. A professional-development program — “Mindfulness at Monsanto” — was started at Monsanto corporation by its CEO, Robert Shapiro.  

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Modern Applications

These include Fortune 500 companies such as Raytheon, Procter & Gamble, Monsanto, General Mills, and Comcast and others such as BASF Bioresearch, Bose, New Balance, Unilever, and Nortel Networks.

Executives who “meditate and consider such a practice beneficial to running a corporation” have included the chairman of the Ford Motor Company, Bill Ford, Jr.; a managing partner of McKinsey & Co., Michael Rennie; and Aetna International’s former chairman, Michael Stephen. A professional-development program — “Mindfulness at Monsanto” — was started at Monsanto corporation by its CEO, Robert Shapiro.  

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Mindfulness

1. Mindfulness of the body.

2. Mindfulness of feelings.

3. Mindfulness of consciousness.

4. Mindfulness of the Dhamma.

There was once a young monk who became quite good at meditation after some years of practice.

Finally one day, he felt that he had already attained enlightenment. He decided to visit his master to share this good news.

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Mindfulness

1. Mindfulness of the body.

2. Mindfulness of feelings.

3. Mindfulness of consciousness.

4. Mindfulness of the Dhamma.

There was once a young monk who became quite good at meditation after some years of practice.

Finally one day, he felt that he had already attained enlightenment. He decided to visit his master to share this good news.

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Mindfulness

1. Mindfulness of the body.

2. Mindfulness of feelings.

3. Mindfulness of consciousness.

4. Mindfulness of the Dhamma.

There was once a young monk who became quite good at meditation after some years of practice.

Finally one day, he felt that he had already attained enlightenment. He decided to visit his master to share this good news.

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Mindfulness

1. Mindfulness of the body.

2. Mindfulness of feelings.

3. Mindfulness of consciousness.

4. Mindfulness of the Dhamma.

There was once a young monk who became quite good at meditation after some years of practice.

Finally one day, he felt that he had already attained enlightenment. He decided to visit his master to share this good news.

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Mindfulness

1. Mindfulness of the body.

2. Mindfulness of feelings.

3. Mindfulness of consciousness.

4. Mindfulness of the Dhamma.

There was once a young monk who became quite good at meditation after some years of practice.

Finally one day, he felt that he had already attained enlightenment. He decided to visit his master to share this good news.

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Mindfulness

1. Mindfulness of the body.

2. Mindfulness of feelings.

3. Mindfulness of consciousness.

4. Mindfulness of the Dhamma.

There was once a young monk who became quite good at meditation after some years of practice.

Finally one day, he felt that he had already attained enlightenment. He decided to visit his master to share this good news.

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Mindfulness

He took his umbrella with him as he had a long way to travel and the skies were dark with rain clouds. After some hours of walking, he eventually found his way to his master’s hut.

He knocked on the door and his master invited him in. Before entering the hut, he removed his sandals and left them outside together with his umbrella.

After settling down, he told his master the good news that his years of meditation had finally bore fruit, and he was now enlightened.

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Mindfulness

He took his umbrella with him as he had a long way to travel and the skies were dark with rain clouds. After some hours of walking, he eventually found his way to his master’s hut.

He knocked on the door and his master invited him in. Before entering the hut, he removed his sandals and left them outside together with his umbrella.

After settling down, he told his master the good news that his years of meditation had finally bore fruit, and he was now enlightened.

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Mindfulness

He took his umbrella with him as he had a long way to travel and the skies were dark with rain clouds. After some hours of walking, he eventually found his way to his master’s hut.

He knocked on the door and his master invited him in. Before entering the hut, he removed his sandals and left them outside together with his umbrella.

After settling down, he told his master the good news that his years of meditation had finally bore fruit, and he was now enlightened.

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Mindfulness

The master asked him one question –

“My son, outside the hut, is your umbrella on the right of your sandals, or on your left?”

The young monk did not know the answer. The master told him to go back and practice some more.

He had not developed his mindfulness enough.

Sati – “To remember to be mindful”.

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Mindfulness

The master asked him one question –

“My son, outside the hut, is your umbrella on the right of your sandals, or on your left?”

The young monk did not know the answer. The master told him to go back and practice some more.

He had not developed his mindfulness enough.

Sati – “To remember to be mindful”.

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Mindfulness

The master asked him one question –

“My son, outside the hut, is your umbrella on the right of your sandals, or on your left?”

The young monk did not know the answer. The master told him to go back and practice some more.

He had not developed his mindfulness enough.

Sati – “To remember to be mindful”.

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Mindfulness

The master asked him one question –

“My son, outside the hut, is your umbrella on the right of your sandals, or on your left?”

The young monk did not know the answer. The master told him to go back and practice some more.

He had not developed his mindfulness enough.

Sati – “To remember to be mindful”.

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Mindfulness

The master asked him one question –

“My son, outside the hut, is your umbrella on the right of your sandals, or on your left?”

The young monk did not know the answer. The master told him to go back and practice some more.

He had not developed his mindfulness enough.

Sati – “To remember to be mindful”.

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