Facing Your Fears with Mindfulness

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“Meditation can be described as learning how to stay with the itch and the urge to scratch without scratching it.” (Pema Chödrön — “Taking the Leap: Freeing Ourselves from Old Habits and Fears”)

For starters, I must say this article does not bring the answer to end our fears. In fact, if there was some sort of magic pill that would keep fears from bashing into my mind, unattended, just know I would have…

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English Teacher, Meditation, Reiki, Writer, Lover of Inspiring Stories. Visit her blog at https://energyhealingandfriends.wordpress.com/

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English Teacher, Meditation, Reiki, Writer, Lover of Inspiring Stories. Visit her blog at https://energyhealingandfriends.wordpress.com/

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