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Episode 14 – Resting in the Body

Episode 14 – Resting in the Body

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 14 – Resting in the Body

Host: Paul Garrigan

In this episode of the Hope Mindful Compassion Show, Paul discusses the benefits of resting in the body. This can be the perfect technique if you wish to escape over-thinking and all the problems associated with this. Focusing attention on the body is something we intuitively know how to do when we get overwhelmed, but it can greatly benefit our lives if we start to do this more deliberately.

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