Mindfulness has become such a huge buzzword in recent years. We buy programs, books, and even apps that teach us how to be more mindful. A lot of people want to become more aware and present, but what if we told you that mindfulness is just the beginning of the journey? It’s not at all a state of awareness, but the beginning state of conscious awareness.
The highest state of awareness and consciousness is termed No Mind in Zen and the Fourth State in Veda. In this state of witnessing, detached awareness we move beyond the mind in time and space to the energy state, which is our natural state of being. Coacharya calls this mindlessness.
- Where the term mindfulness comes from, its definition, and what lies beyond it
- The relevance and importance of mindfulness in the coaching space
- How one can move from mindfulness to mindlessness
- What ancient scriptures say about No Mind presence
- How can we work toward achieving No Mind presence
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