Mindfulness is an excellent antidote to the stresses of modern life. It is the art of paying attention to present moment experiences with openness and curiosity. Mindfulness can be developed through meditation practice, and it is also a quality of attention that can be brought to any moment in life. It can be employed throughout the day to deal with stressful situations and to reduce emotional reactivity. Mindfulness tools and practices can help us with work, family, relationships, health, and in any areas of stress and difficulty. Anyone of any background can be taught mindfulness to find more ease and well-being, no matter what life's circumstances.

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