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    Life has a funny way of unfolding things in an abrupt manner. You never know what comes up next. While some experiences can be pleasantly life changing, there are others that leave us completely perplexed and shattered. Though we don’t have much control over these happenings, we can still gain an edge over how to react calmly in different scenarios.
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    Be it seeking emotional freedom, establishing spiritual connection with the inner self, or wanting to get rid of any unwanted past experience, the answer to all is – Self discovery and healing. As much complicated the word may sound, the process to self healing is much simpler and a quicker one.
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    Mindfulness is the simple feeling of awareness. Being able to live in the moment and appreciate the present, rather than dwelling in the regrets of past or worries about the future. With the ever increasing hustle and bustle of modern day routine.
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    We often get a feeling of a void or emptiness inside our minds, but amidst our busy schedules, we tend to suppress this feeling and get engrossed in the worldly distractions. We keep going back to the old track of routines, regular habits and thought patterns, with which we’ve become comfortable.