Mindfulness continues to be practiced as a cultural and spiritual tradition in many parts of the world. For Buddhists, it offers an ethical and moral code of conduct.
For many, mindfulness is more than a practice—it is a way of life.However, mindfulness has evolved in the Western world and has become a non-religious practice for wellbeing.
The evolution began around 1979 when Jon-Kabat Zinn developed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Since then, mindfulness has emerged in the health and wellness industry and continues to evolve.It is important to recognize the distinctions between mindfulness as a clinical practice and mindfulness as a cultural practice.Read more on lifehack.org