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Time Problem in Modern Mindfulness


Rohan Gunatillake




Rohan Gunatillake challenges the notion of time-intensive mindfulness practices in "Time Problem in Modern Mindfulness." Where mindfulness and meditation can be integrated into everyday activities. Learn how to cultivate mindfulness regardless of your schedule, unlocking the benefits of awareness and self-reflection in every moment.



So, as you might know, mindfulness meditation is enjoying a bit of a boom at the moment. And if anything, there's never been as much interest in mindfulness as there is right now today. But the truth is the majority of people who are interested in mindfulness don't actually do anything about it. And the reason that's the.

It's because they think they don't have time. Because mindfulness meditation is typically presented as something which is very time intensive. You have to go to a class or course or use an app which needs 10 minutes a day, 20 minutes a day, a Wednesday night for an hour. All these sort of things take time.

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