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Learn Mindfulness: Practice 9 -- Focusing On Simple Sensations

And to the open-handed the search for one who shall receive is joy greater than giving. Kahlil Gibran INVITATION: Simple physical sensations provide a perfect subject for mindfulness contemplation. Remember the feeling of running a hand along the railings of the park as a child? The jangling sounds, the rhythm of fingers jumping from rail to rail, the pressure, heat and texture.
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