How The Mayan Philosophy Of Time Can Teach You To Recover Daily Joys

The Key is to Practice a Special Kind of Attention

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The Mayan civilization, located in what is now Southern Mexico and Guatemala, flourished centuries before Hernán Cortés and other European powers stumbled into what they thought was India.




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Sebastian Purcell, PhD

Sebastian Purcell, PhD

Philosopher. Analyst. Happiness Researcher. | I Recover ancient wisdom for modern life |

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