Mindfulness is a way of shifting from doing to being, so that we take in all the information that an experience offers us before we act.

Our breathing is with us wherever we go. No matter what we are doing, feeling, or experiencing. It is always available to help us reconnect our attention to the present moment.

The Buddha saw that our thoughts, emotions, and actions are the primary sources of our suffering. Equally, our thoughts, emotions, and actions can be the source of our joy and freedom.

Intention is the forerunner of our thoughts, words, and acts and all the ways we interface with the world.