Mindfulness is the art of living in the present moment, which brings increased happiness to life. This ancient method is used widely for handling pain, tension, stress, habit control, insomnia, painful emotions and disturbing thoughts. Its content is our own experiences of body and mind. There is no ideology, so it is compatible with any religious or other practices. Research shows that it improves both physical and mental health. The teaching is cumulative so attendance at all meetings is most helpful.
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