In this podcast episode, Zaw, a Theravada Buddhist Practitioner & Coach at the Recovery Collective, shares his perspective on mindfulness and its evolution from its original intent. The episode delves into how mindfulness can help the mind see reality and how being transparent with your intention can aid your mindfulness practice. The conversation also covers mindfulness regarding racing thoughts and depression, and Zaw provides different techniques and considerations to improve your practice. The core aspect of mindfulness is non-judgmentally observing the present moment.
Zaw explains how the tradition of elders and Sutras of Theravada Buddhism may view mindfulness...and so...much more! Enjoy!
Recovery Collective — Annapolis, MD (recoverycollectivemd.com)
Zaw Maw — Recovery Collective — Annapolis, MD (recoverycollectivemd.com)
Luke DeBoy — Recovery Collective — Annapolis, MD (recoverycollectivemd.com)
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