Guided Meditation Group With Manual S. Silverman, PhD. (4)
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“Hear; see; smell; touch and taste all that you encounter.”
A healthy appetizer of meditation is a delicious beginning; a palate-cleansing gelato. Clearing one’s mind, much like clearing the palate, will provide a significant improvement in your sense of taste.
Learning to relax, being led through gentle breathing exercises, experiencing the calmness of becoming less aware of “usual” thoughts and exercising your mind's ability to let thoughts “come and go.”
Mindfulness allows you to further focus on the “here and now.” The emphasis is on that millisecond between past and future, further allowing you to examine strengths and weaknesses in relation to future relationships and life challenges. In addition to these new insights, nonjudgmental self-observation of
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