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  • b1ackbird
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    Mindfulness training teaches many things, but one of the very first discoveries is how uncomfortable we can be just sitting still. While such discomfort may appear problematic, in fact, the discomfort is an invitation to consider a fundamental question: Can we be comfortable in our own skin? Exploring this discomfort is key to mindfulness practice, revealing how we can be at ease with ourselves—cultivating a natural confidence in being who we are, where we are completely.

    I love this statement and find it rings true with my own experiences.

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