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Detox your mind with “The Mindful Life,” our new online course

Imagine what life might be like if you de-stressed and de-cluttered your mind. “The Mindful Life,” our introductory meditation online course, can lead you there. Our next session begins August 6 .

Mindfulness has been clinically proven to offer many benefits, including improved immune response, greater feelings of wellbeing, slowed aging of the brain, and a reduction in the severity of chronic pain.

The Mindful Life is a comprehensive four-week course on mindfulness, combining the wisdom of the Buddha’s teachings with the latest research from neuroscience and psychology.

  • “This course has helped to rekindle the fire of mindfulness. I find myself spontaneously attending to something in the present moment that might easily have passed me by otherwise.”
  • “While meditating, I'm noticing that distractions such as a car door slamming or the sound of a siren don’t have to interfere with the relaxed state of my body and the keen awareness of my mind. This is exactly what I was hoping this course would provide.”

Next course starts Aug 6. Click here to learn more »

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