Cultivating mindfulness will assist you in finding peace of mind. This Buddhist tradition is here to help you connect with the present and keep you aware of the moment to moment changes. While some forms of mindfulness and meditation are designed to help us relax, others are meant to be unconditionally present, helping you to be present to whatever is happening in the moment. Through this altered state of consciousness, you learn how to stop the unnecessary suffering that results from trying to escape discomfort and start experiencing suffering as a consequence of simply being human. This nonjudgmental awareness of experience doesn't reject your thoughts or feelings. Rather, the practice teaches you to sit with them.
If mindfulness is of interest, please ask your Acacia office or therapist about it today! Many therapists are trained in leading you through the practice and we also may have M&M groups to help assist you.
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