barefeetcrpdHere is a mindful practice from the “Daily Now Moments” to play with today:

Take your shoes off and spend one minute feeling the sensation of the floor or earth beneath your feet.

Wherever we are provides us with a “choice point” to bring awareness to what surrounds us in the moment.

Enjoy!

Warmly,

Elisha Goldstein, PhD

Bare feet photo available from Shutterstock

 


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    Last reviewed: 5 Apr 2013

APA Reference
Goldstein, E. (2013). Take a Short Respite. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 30, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindfulness/2013/04/take-a-short-respite/

 

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