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Learn Mindfulness: Practice 7 -- Musical Mindfulness

If music be the food of love, play on. William Shakespeare INVITATION: In the early stages of learning mindfulness meditation, one of the most important moments comes when realizing that the attention has wandered. This realization of distraction allows for a return of awareness to the focus of your practice. It is very important to know that this realization does not signify failure and need not be met with judgment or despair.
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