The beauty of mindfulness is that it's incredibly simple both to 'get' and to practice. And the results - increasingly backed by neuro-scientific evidence -- are priceless: calmness and reduced stress, more creativity, greater awareness, compassion. . . And yet there's a danger that mindfulness can be used in a purely consumerist and self-serving way to help people to become better adapted cogs in a still-toxic model of work and life.
Brian Draper challenges us to live not just mindfully but soulfully.
Not merely to be less stressed, but to flourish, dynamically and creatively - to be present - through living intentionally and compassionately.