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We ourselves contribute to slowing down our recovery. Our never-ending responsibilities add to an additional layer of stress while we fight our illness, and our negative reactions compound our physical ailments.
Moment-to-moment awareness and a non-judgemental state of consciousness do not come intuitively while being unwell, as the mind tries to distract itself from the illness.
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Seeing one’s own illness with compassion and care leads to acceptance and aids recovery.
We should not be anxious or resentful about being sick, as the added worry is not doing the body any good.
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It is the process of being fully present with your thoughts, being aware of your surroundings and not reactive to what is going on around you.
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Mindfulness is the practice of becoming more fully aware of the present moment—non-judgmentally and completely—rather than dwelling in the past or projecting into the future.
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It means cultivates insightful knowing rather than just a brain overloaded with information.
Mindfulness creates space to let new information in and to allow us to see how it relates to what we already know.
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