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Getting in Good Habits, part 1

September 2012 | TRT 9:41

It’s one thing to know what you want to do to make your life better…and quite another to actually be able to do it. Last week Rona and I discussed the benefits of having a mindfulness or meditation habit; this week we talk about how to establish such a habit, or any other.

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Great podcast, thank you.
As a spiritual practitioner I am aware of the
importance of practice in order to grow.
But practice sounds so heavy, and intimidating.
Habits is a much more friendly to use word grin
Thanks for breaking it down to to achievable steps!

Shachar Erez | 9:34 pm, October 26, 2012 | Link

 
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