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How to Be Mindful at the Beach

How To Be Mindful At The Beach

How To Be Mindful At The Beach
  • Open up all of your senses: hearing, seeing, smelling, taste and touch.
  • Rest on the sand and relax your body of any physical tension.
  • Sit near the water. With your eyes closed, listen to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore.
  • Take a walk with your feet in the water. Feel the various textures of the sand as the waves soak into it.
  • Each time you inhale, smell the salty, fragrant air.
  • Take time to contemplate the horizon and take in the vastness of the seascape.

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