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How to Be Mindful When Moving to a New Home

Thinking of A New Beginning

As you unpack your stuff, use this golden chance to keep only the essential stuff and completely declutter your new home. Don’t hold stuff that keeps you tied to the past.

Do not be overwhelmed with the piled up work. Practice deep breathing, reflecting on the present moment and gratitude.

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  2. Become aware of the weather, the surroundings, colors, smells and shapes that pass you by as you move.
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  4. If a thought hijacks your mind, return back gently to counting your steps.
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Even making eye contact with a stranger can soften your heart.

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A piece of chocolate, eaten mindfully:

  1. Select the piece of chocolate keeping in mind your craving.
  2. Set aside any guilt or distractions and be fully present, sitting down to savour the experience.
  3. Unwrap the chocolate paying attention to the aroma and the sound.
  4. Pause a while after taking the first bite, feeling the texture and flavour inside your mouth.
  5. Chew the chocolate noticing the change in the flavour and the arising feeling of pleasure.
  6. Pause and let the taste linger after swallowing.
  7. Repeat slowly until your treat is consumed.