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Mindful : June 2018
But I think we’re moving in the right direction. Listen, there’s no plain sailing in this life. But I think the truth sets you free, internally. When I didn’t speak my truth, I felt trapped in my own body. Trapped in addiction. But when you speak your truth, you don’t feel like you’re hiding anymore. It’s peace of mind, getting comfortable in your own skin, that gives you some sense of self. That’s something that a meditation practice helps bring you to: It helps you get to know yourself and trust your instincts a little more. I know from personal experience that work- ing with the mind works, and mind- fulness is one avenue to do that. What does this look like in practice? Start small. You can’t say, “I’m going to meditate for an hour a day” when you’re just starting out. Start with three minutes, then try five minutes, then work up from there. I don’t think mindfulness is optional anymore. The world is mov- ing too fast. All of our natural mind- fulness moments have been taken away from us in the digital world. So we need to consciously create them. In Minding Mum you discuss your diet, exercise, meditation, and other “When you speak your truth, you don’t feel like you’re hiding anymore. It’s peace of mind, getting comfortable in your own skin.” 40 mindful June 2018