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Mindfulness is like Fitness

Mindfulness is like fitness; it promotes good health.

Fitness requires movement and moving a lot. Mindfulness requires stillness and being still a lot. It's that simple, but it's not easy. In a research study where participants were given the choice to be still or press a button that delivered a painful jolt, 67% of the males and 25% of the females pressed the button.

Millions of these button-pressing folks seeking mindfulness download meditation apps and fail. We help these people achieve mindfulness by training them to be still. We train them to be still not just a lot, a ton. That is why we are Stillaton: the mindfulness simulator that trains people to focus and be mindful through instrumentation.
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