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Everyday Mindfulness

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Lauren Ziegler
Sleep Coach and Yoga Therapist
A natural byproduct of mindfulness is that it gets us to becoming aware of what is in the moment, and what's possible. It's not to change us, but to help us hold presence. This ancient technique of gazing is a potent mindfulness practice in order to grow consciousness and to cultivate fierce focus. Photo by David Bartus from Pexels
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11 reflections
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Shannon
Started my bday off right
Today I gave myself the gift of peace and happiness and focus. Loving the vibes.
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Riley
Objects
I learned that you can always focus your attention on another object in order to help or direct your emotions on something else
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Nelly
Day 5
When controlling your thoughts practice makes perfect... and always repeat repeat repeat...🗝
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linda
Mindfulness
I Love to focus on what My senses are! What I see, hear, smell and taste. Everyday Mindfulness is about all of our senses and how great it makes us feel, when we let our mind heal!
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Omar
Courageous focus
I take the time to focus and meditate. There is courage in that.
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Karen
Working on transforming
Today I was not in the best of moods, not sure why I am so stressed but my words were not always kind - they were not intended to be mean, I was just feeling overly frustrated with no idea why. Tomorrow is a new day and I will work to be mindful of how I speak, both the words and the tone -as I want my words both spoken and implied to have a positive effect on the world.
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Shahrokh
Miracle
The life not worth too much for have lots stress Thanks Aura♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
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Alex
Practice
Today i’ve been really stressed out and doing three minute meditations every day has really helped me to get back in focus and to not stress as much and have anxiety. Sometimes I’ll get so worked up over my anxiety and stress I’ll have to stop what I’m doing and walk away. Not all the time all this happen but sometimes it all happened so much that I’ll fall and hurt myself. The three minute meditations of taught me that I don’t always need to do that and that I can call myself down.
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Emily
Mindfulness
I can use outside objects to practice. I’ve always internalized my mindfulness, which is difficult with a chronic illness because I end up focusing on the illness or discomfort instead of focusing on the present.
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Jess
Everyday things
I learned that I can use everyday things to bring my focus back.
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Kimmy
Fear
Most of the things I stress over the days are the most insignificant things... and that the underlying stress I have comes from fears I have to address.
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