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Changing Our (Relationship) to Our Minds
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People talk about needing to change their minds. We all wish we could change the channel in our brain as easily as we change playlists on our music players. In this 10 minute clip Amy Edelstein talks about how we use our mindfulness practice to change how we relate to our minds. This has a powerful effect on our experience. Then we can turn away from negative, destructive, or self-defeating content without repression or avoidance.

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