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Busy Women Can Be Mindful Too

Because women possess an innate ability to perceive an expanded range of feelings, thoughts, and experiences, we are adept at consciously handling several things at once. That doesn’t mean you don’t get frazzled and frustrated. It does mean you can feel even better and more productive by attentively, purposely, and nonjudgmentally staying in the present moment. Having qualities such as diffuse awareness and sensitivity means you already possess excellent tools for creating a more peaceful, loving, and mindful life. With awareness and intention, you can be mindful within your busyness. The caveat is that your state of busyness needs to be comfortable and enjoyable, not fear-based, frantic action. We’ll explore both forms of busyness in various practices throughout the book.

Excerpted from The Mindful Woman by Sue Patton Thoele. Available on Mango and Amazon.

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