• Mindfulness trainer Julie Potiker says it’s an age-old practice that applies to the 21st Century
• “It’s not weird; it’s not woo-woo”
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After getting through 2020, one might be given some slack if they still feel things are spinning out of control. But there is a very old way to come to grips with such new feelings.
Author Julie Potiker says it’s mindfulness, because “what you think changes your brain. And it doesn’t stop until you’re dead.”
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