Episode 23 – Finding Refuge in Bodily Sensations
Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 23 – Finding Refuge in Bodily Sensations
In this episode of the show, Paul describes a way for us to find peace in daily life by moving our attention to bodily sensations. This practice is at the core of the Hope Mindfulness program. Resting in the body is something we intuitively know how to do, so the intention here is for us to use this natural technique more effectively. Some of the topics covered include:
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