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Those of us involved in formal practice
often engage in an extension into mindfulness during everyday being.
My teacher only meditated once formally when I knew him. Seeing him trying to cross his legs in front of yogis being superior in half and full lotuses was hysterical. He was mindfully make a hash of it. They were heedlessly unaware. Top lesson right there ...
Mindfulness is for me attentive awareness, so it is meditational being. Awareness made manifest. Once you recognise it and practice it in yourself, then you begin to recognise it in others and may even come across a Pratyekabuddha being laughed at ... despite displaying perfect awareness ...
A good way to practice mindfulness for me, is slowing action, thoughts and the reactive mind being distracted by fish tails, monkey gibbering and mindless activity.
What is your experience?