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Guidelines for the Blog and Comments on Social Media

Certain lengthy comments on my social media platforms sometimes reveal an aggressive tone. I have received concern about such Comments from other readers, especially on Facebook.

Such hostility in the comments deter others from writing a comment. I see in recent months a significant drop in the number and diversity of Comments. Continue reading 



We are in danger of knowledge overload. What do we make as a priority?

We are in danger of knowledge overload leaving us with the burden of multiple choices and tired minds.

This phenomena of huge swathes of knowledge takes place in every category of information including the spiritual, psychological, mind-body world, the arts and daily life activities. Continue reading 



Spreading the Word of Mindfulness for Teachers and Organisers

Mindfulness teachers and course organisers sometimes hesitate to promote and advertise mindfulness as they feel concerned about self, the ego getting involved.

This concern easily happens due to a mistaken priority. The teacher wishes to make known to people that he or she has a service to offer. Continue reading 



Application of Mindfulness in the West. Part One of Two

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25 Expressions of the  Power of Mindfulness to Contribute to Wisdom

Mindfulness of Information and Entertainment Technology

Facing the real world or escape into gadgets?

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