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Therapeutic effects of meditative movement

“Recent advances in affective neuroscience, or the neuroscience of emotion, make it clear that movement, sensation, feeling, imagery, and thought form a dynamic whole, and that health and well-being are best supported by addressing all of these aspects,” -- Peter Payne 

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Mindfulness is simply a state, a moment-to-moment awareness of one’s experience. But meditation is just the tool you use to reach that state.

If you are unable to sit still, consider the meditative movement, a practice where instead of just going through the mechanical motio...

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