Mindfulness Articles

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Mindfulness is a psychological technique where a person focuses on what is happening in the present moment. People who use mindfulness also often use meditation to strengthen their practice. Mindfulness can enhance many different types of therapy, such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. It derived from Buddhist philosophies and evolved into mainstream society as a solid therapeutic skill. Jon Kabat-Zinn is one of the pioneers of the mindfulness movement and has written many books on the topic. Here you will find articles about how mindfulness can help you focus on the moment, support you in discovering your inner truth and teach you techniques to manage overwhelming emotions such as anger and anxiety.

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