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I was just thinking about how I felt the air rushing into my ears earlier when I took that deep breath. I believe it was a form of mindfulness. Being mindful of my body. I couldn’t think of that before. (It’s the middle of the night, don’t mind me!) I’ve never been as mindful of it as this before. It feels great! I love making more progress in my recovery all the time. I’ve been in recovery from BPD for over ten years now, and this is the first time I remember experiencing this.
What do you think? Is this a form of mindfulness? Are you in touch with your body? Please share in the Comments below. Thank you!
Till next time,
How to Make Mindfulness Sustainable In Your Life: A Mindfulness Masterclass With Elisha Goldstein – Mrs. Mindfulness
In a time of year filled with a lot of noise, noise, noise, noise!, I find so much comfort in beautiful Christmas carols about stillness and peace. If we listen carefully, most of these joyful songs implore us to be silent, during a season that is generally anything but. I have been craving silence lately. Not a silence that means disengaging from the world, […]