20 Jun Attention Mechanics at the University of Philosophical Research
Faculty member, Steven Maurice Droullard, M.A.
at the University of Philosophical Research, in Los Angeles, shares the importance of Attention Mechanics, an integral course in the graduate programs at the University.
Professor Droullard shares with a student a broad overview of how to use attention mechanics to achieve happiness.
* When is now?
* Which thoughts are important for happiness?
* Nature of reality
* Which part of your consciousness is in the present?
* How long does it take the mind to do certain things?
* Thought is never in the present moment
* Memory is never in the present moment
* Have to look at reality to place our attention
* Perspective shifting on a “bad reality”
* Buddhist approach to self-centeredness
* Eight mundane concerns
* How do you know if you are in the present?
* Identifying something that is in the present and attending to it (like your breath)