What I love about the Wharton Monk practice is that the meditation tools provided, allow me to practice mindfulness meditation for any length of time and at any place. Distracting thoughts are not the enemy, but rather just issues that are acknowledged, labeled and filed for later. I have learned to be present, control unnecessary worries, and find ways throughout my day to calm my mind, gain greater focus and turn those worries into action items. And if those “worries” are not actually important, they become afterthoughts I mindfully throw away. I am in the now, present, and focused and what is actually important

Teresa S.