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Mindfulness and meditation are the anchors of my life. They help discover and identify the self. Through these practices, one is able to live in the present, live in love and not fear, and live freely.

Mindfulness Activity: Ask yourselves these questions
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Am I living a truthful life?
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Am I aware of the way that I act?
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Will there be any scale issues?
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Do I live in love or in fear?
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Am I kind to others?
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Do I allow my ego to take over my life?
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Am I intentional?
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Am I living life for me and not others?
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Am I attached to a specific idea or outcome?
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Am I giving myself permission to grow and learn?
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Am I allowing myself to sit in my feelings and emotions?
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Mindful Quotes
“Enlightenment, for a wave in the ocean, is the moment the wave realizes it is water.” Ruth Lauer-Manenti Sweeping the Dust
“That’s asteya. Offering back everything that you’ve been given. It’s the opposite of feeling entitled to things. It’s the same sense that nothing is yours. Everything is on loan--even your body, even your mind. Everything should be taken care of nicely and given back. Nothing is yours; you’re not entitled to anything.”

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