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Waiting And Mindfulness

Awareness and mindfulness are something that can be brought in the act of waiting, making it less of an ugly feeling where we fiddle with our phones, and turning it into a beautiful opportunity to explore our surroundings.

  • We can check our capacity for patience, or appreciate certain moments, paying gratitude for the downtime our brain has got.
  • We could relax, finding new insights about ourselves and others with the brain going on a free-form mode.

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