Lachlan Jefferys+61456 075 392| firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m sure there are many paths to attain a good degree of mindfulness. My own wanderings led me through the arts, yogas, tantras, etc… and eventually I found the Satipaṭṭhāna, an ancient practice that translates to the Setting Up of Mindfulness. This is the best practice of mindfulness I have come across and was taught to me by Lama Karma Chimé Shore.
Chimé comes from a very long lineage of mindfulness teachers including HH 16th Karmapa, Ven. Kalu Rinpoche and Ven. Sayadaw U Thila Wunta. His central teacher was Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche, a very early western rinpoche and a thera (elder). This lineage goes back 25 centuries to Gautama Buddha. Although I am not a Buddhist, I appreciate that over the past 2500 years people have been adapting this practice and passing it on as the world changes and presents new challenges.
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