Why There’s No “Mindfulness Movement”

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But like so many conferences, it was more about the traffic, about drawing a crowd: lots of like-minded, predominantly white middle-aged folks gathering to share inspiration and congratulations. It featured serial, one-directional communication—sages from the stage—and left no time for questions, discussions, or for people to meet and talk with each other. Perhaps the most irritating element was the tech sector speaker who was on the stage more because he was a tech legend than because he had anything….

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