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Mindfulness Meditation II: Increasing Awareness

Much of the emotional distress people experience is the result of thinking about upsetting things that have already happened or anticipating negative events that have yet to occur. Distressing emotions such as anger, anxiety, guilt, and sadness are much easier to bear if you only focus on the present - on each moment one at a time. This exercise will help increase your mindfulness of the present moment so that you can clear away thoughts about past and future events.

Presented by Dr. Wendy Wolfe
File type: QuickTime*
File size: 7.5 MB
Length: 7:52


Listen to the relaxation clip by clicking on the play button below.



*This audio file is in QuickTime format. If you do not have the latest version of QuickTime, you can download it for free.




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