4 Practical Ways to Practice Mindfulness

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How often have you eaten a meal and not really tasted it, completed a chore, or drove to work without really thinking about it?

It’s so easy to get caught up in our thoughts and distractions. Our days often pass us by while our minds are elsewhere.

There are a lot of amazing benefits to being more present and mindful.

Being present helps you to see when you are feeling fear or resistance, uncertainty or the urge to procrastinate, anger or resentment … and then to work with those difficulties mindfully. (more…)