Magnus Fridh (www.magnusfridh.com @magnus_fridh @ about_yoga )
Tibetan Buddhism What does meditation do?|Expansiveness of mind | Direct benefits of calm and space | Space between stimuli and response | The mind watching the mind | Focused concentration | Welcome stress and worries | Experience nirvana now | The muscle of awareness | Handling suffering
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Magnus Fridh, author of The Art of Stillness in a Noisy World , grew up in southern Sweden. He discovered meditation in his teenage years, and through academic studies in Indology, specialising in Tibetan language and culture, he gained an in-depth knowledge of the subject.
He regularly teaches group Ashtanga yoga, mindfulness and meditation classes.
Magnus is also one of the founders of the Mindfulness app. The app has become wildly popular around the world, having been translated into 13 languages and involved in a number of ongoing research projects.