Awareness: paying attention to what you're experiencing - Deepstash

Awareness: paying attention to what you're experiencing

Awareness simply means paying attention to the experience you are having as you are having it.

You can practice awareness of your own sense of purpose simply by taking the time to acknowledge the thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations that appear when you consider your life and what purpose means to you.

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