Looking outward (via Mindfulbalance Blog)

As I begin this journey, I’ve looked around for others blogging on the topic. I found a blog by a mindfulness trainer named Karl Duffy. This is one of today’s posts, which I really like.

Looking outward Each time we reach out with joy, each time we cast our view towards distances that have not yet been touched, we transform not only this the present moment and the one following but also alter the past within us, weave it into the pattern of our existence, and dissolve the foreign body of pain whose exact composition we ultimately do not know. Just as we do not know how much vital energy this foreign body, once it has been thus dissolved, might i … Read More

via Mindfulbalance Blog

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About Beth Parks Aronson

I am Associate Professor of Psychology at Lamar University. Previously, I was a psychologist in private practice in Jenkintown, PA where I specialized in anxiety disorders and working with people living with chronic and life-threatening illnesses. I am a little addicted to good literature. Ok, a lot addicted.
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One Response to Looking outward (via Mindfulbalance Blog)

  1. Great post… very thought provoking!

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