The first thing any meditation text will tell you is to find a silent spot with little or no distractions. In a perfect world, these hushed places would exist for everyone. But, in many people’s lives, distractions are the rule rather than the exception.
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Unfortunately, many people only give up. They believe the noise and distractions in their own lives make it impossible for their sake to enjoy the benefits of a daily meditation practice, which include anxiety-alleviation, mental relaxation, and physical rejuvenation. Ironically, these are exactly what we all need in these stressful, hectic times.
Listed below are some far more blogposts on the issue of mbsr
- Using mindfulness-based programs to reduce stress and promote health – Scope (blog)
- Amazing what Raisins can do — my experience of MBSR
- The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Police | World of Psychology
- About MBSR | Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
- Meditation and Health – www.cdc.gov