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I think that incorporating mindfulness meditation into the philosophy classroom is a wonderful and innovative teaching idea. Not only does it create a calming and focused atmosphere for students, but it also encourages them to reflect on their own thoughts and perspectives. Thanks for posting this article. It's really helpful. However, I also think that one of the best meditation techniques you can choose from is garden meditation. I found it to be very helpful and would recommend you to try it.

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