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This Week: Find Patience and Self Acceptance

As we move through life, it is easy to fall into cycles that leave us flying solo, on autopilot – colors lose vibrancy, tasks become chores, sensations lose potency, and our excitement for life and the discovery of self is muted.  Life is a constant world of creative interaction, discovery, and choice.  It is time to take a moment to be a part of your own life – remembering the beautiful effects patience, breath, and slowing down can have on our existence.

 Our Favorite Articles From the Week!



Conscious Fitness
Body Awareness Activities

by E. Yen Zak and Dr. Martha Eddy

“True fitness increases by paying attention to bodily cues while engaging in all of life’s activities….Whatever the activity, we can support ourselves, enhance our systems’ function, and feel better by deepening the awareness of our body, allowing moments of self-inquiry to permeate our days and empowering us to take care of ourselves more fully…Setting aside time for the body is vital to health and wellness, but it’s also important to check in again and again to cultivate this relationship with your body.”

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6 Mindfulness Exercises You Can Try Today

Stop. Breathe. Let Go.

Pocket Mindfulness

“The cultivation of moment-by-moment awareness of our surrounding environment is a practice that helps us better cope with the difficult thoughts and feelings that cause us stress and anxiety in everyday life.

With regular practice of mindfulness exercises, rather than being led on auto-pilot by emotions influenced by negative past experiences and fears of future occurrences, we harness the ability to root the mind in the present moment and deal with life’s challenges in a clear-minded, calm, assertive way.”

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