“The Mindful Musician” — Mindfulness Training for Better Recordings and … – SonicScoop

The first thing any meditation text will tell you is to find a silent spot with little or no distractions. In a perfect world, these hushed places would exist for everyone. But, in many people’s lives, distractions are the rule rather than the exception.

SonicScoop“The Mindful Musician” — Mindfulness Training for Better Recordings and …SonicScoopIn 2011, Hind wrote an article for The Guardian titled “Head First: Mindfulness and Music” about his personal experience with meditation and his efforts to introduce an MBSR course modeled after the work of Kabat-Zinn to London’s Guildhall School of …Apply Mindfulness to LeadershipInsurance Ne…“The Mindful Musician” — Mindfulness Training for Better Recordings and … – SonicScoop

Unfortunately, many people only give up. They believe the noise and distractions in their own lives make it impossible for their sake to enjoy the benefits of a daily meditation practice, which include anxiety-alleviation, mental relaxation, and physical rejuvenation. Ironically, these are exactly what we all need in these stressful, hectic times.

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