Category Archives: Mindfulness

Mindfulness – Conclusion

This is the last blog post in the Mindfulness series by Laurie Moffitt. Automatic pilot can feel like a natural state. It is easier to let things pass by as we go through the motions of living. Like being the … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – Frequently Asked Questions

When I try to quiet my mind, I find my thoughts wandering. How can I stop thinking about other things? This is a normal and expected. Mindfulness does not require that you stop thinking. Thoughts will pop up. The important … Continue reading

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Mindfulness and Depression – An exercise on bringing thoughts to the present moment

This is the fifth post in a series on mindfulness by Laurie Moffitt. Depression often includes thought patterns that focus on the negative parts of life. We may examine all of the things that make us feel less than our … Continue reading

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Do you know where you carry stress in your body?

This is the third post in a series about MINDFULNESS by Laurie Moffitt. Each of us carries stress in our body. We may experience headaches, muscle aches, trouble sleeping, digestive issues or stomach pain. Learning the process of body scanning … Continue reading

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Can you be an observer without comparing or judging?

This is part of a series on MINDFULNESS by Laurie Moffitt. This can be a difficult concept to grasp and practice. Most people have a stream of thoughts running through their heads most of the time. This stream often contains harsh, … Continue reading

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