THE BENEFIT OF BEING PRESENT. How Mindfulness Practice Positively Impacts Our Health and Well-Being. Garrett Hooper Body Mind Wellness Challenge March 2010.
How Mindfulness Practice
Our Health and Well-Being
Body Mind Wellness Challenge
“Mindfulness is a moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness, cultivated by paying attention in a specific way, that is, in the present moment, and as non-reactively, as non-judgmentally, and as openheartedly as possible.”Jon Kabat-Zinn, Coming to Our Senses
inherent aspects of the self
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