Daily practice for resilient well being

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Daily practice for resilient well being

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This powerful meditation combines numerous evidence-based embodied practices - relaxation, mindfulness, gratitude, and taking in the good. We know that shifting from the stress response to the relaxation response rest improves digestion, immune function, focus, concentration, and learning. Mindfulness also helps us to focus, concentrate, and relax. Being in the present moment can boost mood and reduce depression and anxiety. much research has developed about the healing power of gratitude to increase happiness and immune function. "Taking in the good “ is a practice developed by Dr. Rick Hanson to support self-directed positive neuroplasticity, meaning that repeated use of this meditation can build new neural networks which can develop into lasting traits.
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