The Power Of Undivided Attention
On this episode of Wonder, Dandapani, a Hindu priest, joins Kalika Yap to talk about the impact of undivided meditation and focus. They discuss how important it is to learn and practice focus and concentration, and how it can transform your life through your relationships with other people and with yourself. Tune in now!
- Concentration must be learned and needs to be practice. If you don’t learn it and you don’t practice it, you won’t be good at it.
- Giving someone your undivided attention is one of the highest forms of love and respect.
- Your purpose in life should never be about someone or something.
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Dandapani is a Hindu priest, entrepreneur and a former monk of 10 years. After graduating university with a degree in Electrical Engineering he left it all behind to become a Hindu monk under the guidance of one of Hinduism’s foremost spiritual leaders of our time, Sivaya Subramuniyaswami. For 10 years he lived a life of serious personal discipline and training at his guru’s cloistered Hindu monastery in Hawaii.
When his vows expired, he chose to venture out into the world making New York City his home. His mission is to help people live a life of purpose and joy by empowering them with tools and teachings that have been used by Hindu monks of his tradition for thousands of years. He works with entrepreneurs globally and companies such as Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Nike, Trivago, Fortress Investment Group, Xero in cultivating focus and managing energy. His TEDx talk has over 2.9 million views and both his GoalCast videos garnered over a total of 75 million views in just five months.
He and his wife are also passionately creating a 33-acre Hindu spiritual sanctuary and botanical garden in Costa Rica to further their mission.
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