It took me many years to realize that the goal of mindfulness is not to be mindful, but to use it as a tool to develop well-being. It is this new relationship with life that includes trust, intimacy, and wonder that provides the ultimate freedom from addiction.
Any practice where we are deliberately directing our attention provides an opportunity to benefit from mindfulness. In this post, we look at using physical exercise as a form of moving meditation. We also discuss how we could develop this into a path leading to transformative insights.
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Group therapy is on the menu at most rehabs, so why is it so popular? Is it just way to save money by getting clients to do their own therapy? Or, is there a valid reason for why this approach is so widespread? Check out this post to find the answer.
Tai Chi is one of the powerful mindfulness practices that we offer at Hope Rehab. This ancient martial art is said to produce many benefits, but here are just 5 of the ways our clients claim it has helped them: