Tap Into Mindfulness - Individuals
A course designed to help you become more mindful in your use of your smartphone and other technology
You’re out to dinner and instead of talking to your friends, everyone is using their phones. Do you feel excited or distracted?
Learn how to gain control of your smartphone use and learn mindfulness exercises to be more focused, productive, and creative in your use of technology, starting today with the 4-week Tap into Mindfulness course.
The exercises I’ll guide you through in the audio recordings and interactive workbooks have empowered many people to overcome their smartphone addiction and they can empower you to do it, too. This course is for anyone who would like to improve their focus and wellbeing by learning how to be more mindful of technology.
We don’t believe in removal of technology to solve smartphone addiction, but using technology mindfully, to be aware of how usage of technology affects us emotionally and physically.
Ready to get started? Enroll today and enhance your awareness and productivity!
Tap Into Mindfulness presents a transformational 4 week audio course with workbooks to help you on the path to mindful interaction with technology.
Smartphones and applications are designed encourage addictive behavior. We can manage these habits and begin to sleep more peacefully, regain our focus, be more productive and be more present in our relationships. This course provides tools and exercises to help you regain control over technological devices.
Robert Plotkin, the founder of Technology for Mindfulness, is both an engineer and a long-time mindfulness practitioner. His background in computer science and engineering dates back over thirty years to his days programming an Atari 800 personal computer, through a degree in Computer Science and Engineering at MIT, and nearly two decades as a patent attorney specializing in patent protection for computer technology. His relationship to Zen Buddhism stems primarily from his study of Japanese martial arts for more than three decades. His fascination with the relationship and interactions between computer technology and the mind is reflected in his book on the automation of creativity in the field of inventing, The Genie in the Machine: How Computer-Automated Inventing is Revolutionizing Law and Business (Stanford, 2009).