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From Mindfulness to Heartfulness by Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu

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INTRODUCTION: HEARTFULNESS

When we speak of mindfulness, it is important to keep in mind that we equally mean heartfulness. In fact, in Asian languages, the word for “mind” and the word for “heart” are usually the same. So if you are not hearing or feeling the word heartfulness when you encounter or use the word mindfulness, you are in all likelihood missing its essence.1

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