7 min

Savoring Pleasure

7 Min
Healthy Mind
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Cass Carlopio
Sleep Expert, Psychologist & Meditation
It's so easy to focus on what's painful, what's not going right, that the practice of focusing on what feels good, what feels pleasurable, is a powerful antidote. This simple practice helps train the brain to enjoy what feels good, not as a way to cover over what doesn't feel good, but as a way of expanding our tolerance to be with the good and the pleasure.