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Mindful : August 2016
A cascade of self-criticism or thoughts like, “I wish I had their luck.” Dryness in your mouth or constriction in your throat The First Signs of Envy Feeling of heat rising through your body or an all-over prickliness A sudden hyper-awareness of your perceived flaws (feeling your “fat” thighs, for example) Increased heart rate Tightening of your jaw, tension or pulsing around your eyes Clenching in your belly A sensation of sinking, holding, rising, or falling A buzzing in your ears All emotions show up in our bodies in ways unique to us. But in order to use mindfulness to halt the downward spiral of envy—and to see what underlying longing it may signal—we need to recognize it. Here are some common sensations experienced alongside envy. When you feel envious and check in with yourself, what do you notice? INVESTIGATION