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[Sticky] Mindfulness

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Again another topic I am not too familiar with.

I have heard very promising messages regarding.

How has mindfulness helped you along the way?

Would you recommend?



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One of the most important things I’ve learned throughout my journey was to step back from my thoughts. Understand that you are not your thoughts, but the one that observes them. 

These days we are literally addicted to our minds. We let our minds control us. Instead of us using our mind only as a tool, our minds have us enslaved. Sounds very dramatic I know…but truely. Once you learn how to switch the roles, everything changes.



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