Mindful eating: How to think more and eat less

It’s not often that we think of eating as anything more than a basic functional or sensual experience. But bringing our full awareness to what we consume can have a powerful and transformative affect on ourselves and the world around us.

Last week Kulananda, mindfulness trainer and author of Principles of Buddhism was interviewed by the Independent. Interested in what he has to say? Browse our selection on books on mindfulness at https://www.windhorsepublications.com/ or read Bodhipaksa’s Vegetarianism to see how by changing our eating habits we can really help change the world.

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