Remaining calm and centered during the holidays
I recently completed a six-week course of mindfulness and meditation at my children’s pediatric wellness center. I went into it with some knowledge of the practice and the benefits that it can bring to people, but not really knowing how to incorporate it fully into my life. My ultimate goal was to deepen my learning experience and to also teach it to my family and the children that I work with in my practice.
The workshop was led by Cory Muscara from the Long Island Center for Mindfulness. He was incredibly helpful on breaking down the theory, how to practice different types of meditation and how to realistically weave it into your life. He gave us daily homework to practice guided meditation, self-reflect and increase our awareness of the present moment.
All three may sound easy to do, but it was a challenge because our brains are wired to constantly…
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