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Coming to Our Senses:

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Jordynn M Knott

on 24 April 2014

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Enter the Body
The cultivation of a particular kind of awareness.
The Mind is a Constellation of Thoughts

Coming to Our Senses
Healing Ourselves and the World Through Mindfulness
B r e a t h e
Where does sensing begin?
As long as we breathe, we all have something important to do.
- Jon Kabat-Zinn
The essence of mindfulness is to be totally in the moment with openness.
- Mindfulness Plain & Simple
Mindfulness is Silent Illumination.
We Become Aware
from pain through the freedom of time
What is Thinking?
Thinking has become a disease
Disease happens when you get out of balance.
The mind is an instrument. Its not that the mind is used wrongly... its that it isn't used at all. It uses you. You believe that you are your mind. That is the disease
Isn't it time for us to discover that we are already larger than we allow ourselves to know? Isn't it time for us to discover that it is possible to inhabit a larger knowing and perhaps free overselves
- Jon Kabat-Zinn
- Eckhart Tolle
Being is performing the action of BE.
To BE is to BE aware.
To BE aware is to BE mindful.
To BE mindful is to
BE in a state of meditation.

Therefore, the state of
is a state of meditation.
Come to Your Senses
Be the air touching your body
Be the scent flowing through your nose
Be the taste turning in your mouth
Be the vision of all you perceive
Be the observer of being seen
Be the sound of silence and everything in between
Be the feeling
Be You
Jordynn M. Knott
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