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Mindfulness Practices for Your Recovery

Mindfulness Practices for Your Recovery

As you go through your mental health therapy, you might be looking for other ways to nurture healthier habits.

Being a provider of substance abuse counseling in Ohio, we’ve encouraged our patients to engage in activities that not only improve their physical and mental well-being but their spiritual well-being as well.

Hence, we suggest studying the art of mindfulness.
 

What Is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is simply the art of being present in our own lives. It’s a gentle way of broadening our minds to greater awareness, having a truer and a deeper understanding of ourselves and the things around us.

So how do you start?

  • Be more mindful of the present. This helps you cope with how reality actually is and not how you perceive it.
  • Focus on your breathing. With all the stressors that could disrupt our way of thinking and affect the way we feel throughout the day, practicing mindfulness helps us utilize the body’s natural healing powers to cope with stress.
  • Acknowledge your thoughts as thoughts. It’s easy to confuse our thoughts with our actual reality. Hence, we tend to believe that what we think is actually true. However, mindfulness teaches us to become more aware of our thoughts and helps us let go of the harmful thoughts that work against our recovery.
  • Be more compassionate to others. Practicing mindfulness teaches us that everything, even ourselves, deserves loving kindness because we are all connected as a part of a greater whole.

These are just some of the many mindfulness practices you can incorporate into your life. While you are promoting better self-care for your recovery, continue to attend counseling services in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

Our team at WCAP Counseling is with you on your journey all the way.

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