The Walk to Nowhere: My One-Hour Experiment of Awareness

Hugh Findletar at his Venice Glass Week show

It is easy to create chaos in our lives. Despite writing an article about the Cult of Busy, I often create busy myself.

Does this sound familiar?

A meeting cancels last minute, and you suddenly have free time. But instead of doing something fun, you check your inbox. You peek at Instagram and WhatsApp. Or run an errand.

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I founded The Path, a community of meditators. I'm also a writer, certified meditation teacher & run online Meditation Teacher Training programs.

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Dina Kaplan

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I founded The Path, a community of meditators. I'm also a writer, certified meditation teacher & run online Meditation Teacher Training programs.

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