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WTF is Mindfulness with Mitra Manesh

Season 1, Ep. 8

“Being aware and accepting of the present moment experience that you're having, with compassion and with curiosity.” With clients ranging from institutions like Amazon, Merrill Lynch, UCLA, to celebrities and everyday individuals working to lead more mindful lives, Mitra Manesh, founder of Innermap, host of the Lights On podcast, mindfulness thought leader, brings a unique blended approach to her teachings and guidance. In this episode she sits down with friend and client Farryn to delve into the many layers of mindfulness and redefine the practice as a whole.

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