The Mindfulness Movement, who has roots in ancient Buddhist teachings, claims the same thing, by inviting people of being aware moment-to-moment to one's subjective conscious experience and to not let the ego lead our emotional reactions. When the mind is trained enough in his area, one becomes aware of one's "stream of consciousness". When one becomes conscious or mindful enough, by not being blindly led by the ego, then we get a glimpse of embodying our true self, our true impermanent nature.
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