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Mindfulness and senses

Paying attention to your senses is a great way to practice Mindfulness. I had plenty of opportunity for this over the last week enjoying nature in the south and Stewart Island.

Smell - clean sea air

Taste – salty Bluff oysters

Hear – native birds calling

See – pristine natural beauty

Touch – stones smoothed by the sea

Sixth sense - peace

Take the time to practice mindfulness regularly and notice what you can smell, taste, hear, see, touch and maybe tap into your sixth sense too.


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