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Mindfulness Breathing Exercise

Mindfulness Breathing Exercise

Here is a simple mindfulness breathing exercise that only takes 5 minutes to complete. I perform this exercise several times a day. It can be done in almost any situation. The beauty of it is that nobody will even know you are doing it. ————————————————————————————————————– Breath in slowly through your nose for 10 seconds and then breath out slowly through your mouth for 15 seconds. As you breath in and out focus on the air passing into your nostrils and…

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Bao Bao the Panda Bear Being Present in the Moment

Bao Bao the Panda Bear Being Present in the Moment

Things you can learn from a panda bear. I was at the National Zoological Park in Washington D.C. today. I saw a great example of a panda bear being present in the moment. I was at the panda bear exhibit and was watching Bao Bao, one of the panda bears, eating his bamboo. Despite being surrounded by about a hundred onlookers, Bao Bao was totally absorbed in eating bamboo. Bao Bao was not worried about what his observers were thinking….

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Doing versus Being

Doing versus Being

Doing Human beings are consumed with doing. From the moment humans awake, till the time humans go to sleep, the mind constantly directs us to do things. Taking out the trash, balancing the check book, checking our email, watching television, talking to our friends or family members, completing endless tasks at work, ¬†and taking our kids to their activities, are just a few of the infinite possible tasks on our daily schedules. For some, the thought stream is very logical…

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Welcome

Welcome

Hey everyone. I am David and I have a passion about creating peace, contentment, joy, and happiness in my life as well as in the lives of all human beings. I am a family physician for over 24 years. I work with patients every day who seem unhappy, anxious, unfulfilled, depressed, and miserable. Somewhere along the way, they have lost their passion for living. Their purpose in life has disappeared. They are caught in the daily “rat race” of working…

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