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26.03.2014
The Pali word for mindfulness is Sati, which actually means activity and is also translated as awareness. While reading many explanations of mindfulness, I came to realize that a better understanding of mindfulness requires a tremendous amount of reading and comprehension. So where does that leave the average person, like you and I, in terms of gaining a better understanding?
Anapana Sati, the meditation on in-and-out breathing, is the first subject of meditation expounded by the Buddha. I think this is highly relevant that it was Buddha’s first teaching on meditation, because all things begin and end with the breath. And while I do think that complete comprehension of mindfulness goes far beyond mere words, I feel confident that the breath can lead us to that deeper understanding. If we can train our minds to be constantly aware of this breath, we become more and more mindful of thoughts and feelings (physical and emotional) that arise and fall away. We all know that we are constantly breathing, now all we have to do is pay attention to this. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
One of the tenets of the Buddhist idea of mindfulness is the following: an attentive awareness of the present moment.
I would like to use this image in a ppt presentation on mindfulness in a nonprofit educational setting. Love the mindfulness graphic and used it to for a free educational wellness program at the local library, crediting you!
I have used your photo in my blog where i’m talking about mindfulness because I love it so much. I’ve been practicing yoga and meditation for some time now, and finally wanted to write a post on the benefits of practicing mindfulness.


Great Graphic Doug; Appreciate the generosity you show in allowing your image to be shared.
Hi Doug, I’m doing a leaflet for a university project on mindfulness and would like to know if it is ok to use your image?
I am putting together a 2 page educational handout regarding Mindfullness and Health for wellness coaching. I’m facilitating Mindfulness Meditation workshops at the University of Maryland Counseling Center. I came across one of your images (the mindfulness one: past-present-future) on the wall of my yoga class room (in Rotorua, New Zealand). I would like permission to use your images in handouts for clients and to share the handouts with other colleagues. Hi Doug, I used your Mindfulness image on my therapies website a couple of years ago, I’ve now got a different website and have done a similar post on it.
Would it be possible to use this image within promotional material for some mindfulness sessions? Hi Doug, may wish to use this image as part of an in-house presentation on one of our Health & Wellbeing days as part of a Health & Safety week promotion if that is ok?
Hi Doug, I am a mindfulness teacher in Australia and I am putting together a mindfulness workbook.
Also, I’m hoping to do a series of free talks at other libraries and community centers over the next year – would it be OK to keep using your image for these other events, without asking permission each time? Would you mind I use your picture on my Facebook to sharing “Mindfulness” to people in Taiwan? Even some of the most scholarly Monks that have written essays on this subject often say that much of the understanding is beyond words. If you have no breath, then there is no thought, no feeling, no sensation, no desire, no clinging, no attachment.


And if you think of it, send me a image of your poster, I am curious to see how it fits in with your research. I’d like to use it in a power point for a workshop at Widener University on mindfulness-based body awareness for social workers and sex therapists.
They have a feeling of movement to them which is juxta posed with the idea of stillness in mindfulness meditation! Yes, feel free to use any of these images in your blog post (a link back here to this page would be much appreciated!). Secondly, feel free to share these images with those you work with – to be honest, I could use more reminders of mindfulness myself.
Yes, feel free to keep using it ?? Glad to hear you’ve checked out Verbal To Visual as well – you should give sketchnoting a try! I’m giving a free talk at my local library on mindfulness, and the librarian and I would like to use your image on a flyer, their Facebook page, and their online event calendar. The cartoon above is a gentle reminder to keep your mind aligned with your body in the only time we ever actually have – the present.
I appreciate how you share your story, in particular the multiple exposures to mindfulness in different contexts before it really caught on. I produce a flier to advertise these free workshops, and I think the images capture the essence of how I explain mindfulness to the participants very well.



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