As clinicians move beyond their initial enthusiasm for mindfulness practice, they’re encountering the problem that may well derail the whole enterprise: people find it hard to meditate regularly. It’s one thing to take up these practices in a monastery, where the whole day is structured around meditation and everyone is doing it, and quite another to take time out from a busy day and a long to-do list.
Figuring out the best ways to get clients to practice is another challenge that’s just beginning to command the attention of researchers and clinicians.
Wow, these therapists are so off on what this is and how to apply it. Well, maybe you need to suffer with this disorder with doom, gloom and terror to have urgency and specific direction.