Awake at the Wheel: Mindful Driving

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Awake at the Wheel: Mindful Driving

Postby dhamma_newb » Tue May 08, 2012 4:34 pm

Awake at the Wheel: Mindful Driving with Michele McDonald

Product Description:

Turn off auto-pilot! Join renowned Vipassana teacher Michele McDonald on a journey that will transform distracted, frustrated driving into the alert peace and stillness of mindfulness meditation.

McDonald guides you through exercises that attune your 'driving mind' to:
- Notice and transform 'auto-pilot' into awareness
- Awaken to physical sensations and experience
- Free ourselves from the grip of emotion and repetitive thoughts
- Develop kindness and compassion

This remarkable 2-disc set includes introductions to mindfulness meditation specific to driving, and nearly two hours of exercises that can be learned in the car and used anywhere to enliven the mind, awake the senses, and enjoy the journey again.


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Re: Awake at the Wheel: Mindful Driving

Postby Buckwheat » Tue May 08, 2012 7:21 pm

I'm all for mindful driving, but why would I need to pay $15 to learn how?
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Re: Awake at the Wheel: Mindful Driving

Postby polarbuddha101 » Tue May 08, 2012 8:55 pm

I wonder if there's a course on mindful beach cruiser riding
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Re: Awake at the Wheel: Mindful Driving

Postby Cittasanto » Tue May 08, 2012 9:15 pm

I would certainly hope everyone was awake at the wheel :tongue:
could not resist sorry.

I hope there are not too many people about driving on autopilot, and are actually paying attention to what they are doing though.
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