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The fundamental sense of all-rightness

The fundamental sense of all-rightness

Our brains have an ongoing internal trickle of unease. This wears down our well-being, contributes to anxiety and depression, and makes us turn away from the things that matter to us. And it's based on a lie.

Stop and ask yourself: In this moment, are you still OK? Are you breathing? Is your heart working? Is your mind working? In the daily life, it's possible to access this fundamental sense of all-rightness.

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Sometimes you're really not all right. Maybe something terrible has happened, or your mind is upset.

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