Practicing Mindfulness in the New Year
A Note From Mindful Activist Ora Nadrich:
For me, home is a place where you can keep the outside world from coming in and disrupting the peace of mind you need from it. I like to make time to meditate and reflect on what matters to me. My family, my sense of purpose, and how I can be in service when the world is in crisis, and our humanity is being challenged more than any other time I can remember. I try to use my Mindfulness practice to stay as present and aware as I can be. It’s a very important time to be fully present so we can be cognizant of what is going on all around us, and in the world. That way we can be prepared to handle the challenges we are facing and make decisions from a place of equanimity and clear thinking. Each of us can make a difference in how things will play out in 2024, but we must make a concerted effort to be present and awake, and by that, I mean, completely conscious. This is the state of mind that is needed to discern what is true, and what is not. We must be the arbiters of this truth to maintain our freedom.
One of our country’s most important freedoms is that of free speech.
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