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Active Mindfulness

Active Mindfulnes What is active mindfulness? Active mindfulness using Cognitive Principle Matrix mindfulness occurs when you are concentrating on nothing, but are doing something. Active mindfulness is a way of achieving goals using optimum flow. Active mindfulness is based on the two-component model of mindfulness, but then changing the definition of the second component. Bishop,…
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Using spiritual principles to form attachments

Using spiritual principles to form attachments In the cognitive principle matrix there are six phases of attachment. Phases 1 to 4 relate to attachment to our primary relationship at a particular time, for example, to your mother or later in life to your partner. Phases 5 and 6 relate to attachment to your higher spiritual…
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