Reclaim Your Attention

8 Sessions Course Meditation & Mindfulness, Learning & Wisdom
Reclaim Your Attention

In this course, you'll learn:

  • The ways your attention is stolen from you.
  • How to become more mindful of your time and energy.

About this Course

Through meditation and increased awareness, this course will teach you to take your life back from the effects of “the attention economy”—the capitalist fight for our attention.

About the Teacher

Jay Vidyarthi

Jay Vidyarthi

Human-centered designer Jay Vidyarthi focuses on the intersection of mindfulness, design, technology, and ethics. He brings over a decade of meditation practice, in conjunction with his experience as a tech designer, to provide individuals with mindfulness tools that can help optimize their relationship with electronic devices and platforms.
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8 Sessions

  1. Course Introduction
    Course Introduction
  2. Your River Is Flooding
    1. Your River Is Flooding
    This awareness and attention practice will help you to take a break, relax, and start investing in your own attention economy.
    16 min
  3. Watching TV, and Space for Choice
    2. Watching TV, and Space for Choice
    Explore media streaming as an opportunity to practice and pay attention to the subtle reactive urges that show up in your body when you consume media.
    17 min
  4. App Cravings
    3. App Cravings
    We live much of our lives virtually now. In this session, you'll learn to balance your tech reliance and curb your craving for the screen.
    16 min
  5. The Sweet Spot
    4. The Sweet Spot
    Through questioning our assumptions about how we interact with technology, we learn to make space for intentional choices.
    15 min
  6. Shaping Your Environment
    5. Shaping Your Environment
    Our environment shapes who we are and who we become. Learn to make changes to your environment for long-lasting impact.
    19 min
  7. Thank You for Being Aware
    6. Thank You for Being Aware
    Awareness can feel hard to cultivate. But when we train ourselves to notice patterns and habits, we naturally gravitate toward change.
    12 min
  8. You Better Be Interesting
    7. You Better Be Interesting
    Learn to cultivate happiness and wellbeing so that technology can't easily disrupt your peace and distract you from what really matters.
    13 min
  9. Freedom of Attention
    8. Freedom of Attention
    Understand your role as an attention activist, and cultivate a thoughtful relationship with technology through mindfulness practices that invite healthy change.
    15 min