Madeleine Eames

- Psychotherapist
- Mindfulness Teacher

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Some of my favorite mindfulness practices…..

Are you looking for easy mindfulness practices to take into your life? Try some of these as outlined by Elisha Goldstein in the following article written in Mindful. I love that these practices address a couple of things… acknowledging what is happening right now, how you feel in the moment, and also what your thoughts are.. and, as you will see, not all of our thoughts are worth believing thank goodness! Just click here and start transforming your stress right away…choose one that you like and try it out for a few days. Good luck!

 

 

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Madeleine's Most Recent Posts

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