Impermanence: Mindfulness Code!

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Monet, ‘Lavacourt Under Snow, about 1878-81
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“Just let everything happen to you:
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beauty and terror.
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Just keep going.
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No feeling is final.”
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“RAINER MARIA RILKE
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Feelings, emotions are fleeting, changing constantly.
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Are we a feeling?
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If we are, which one?
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We share the same number of feelings, so they do not distinguish us from one another.
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An emotion can change in seconds without attention.
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Being present, empty of judgment and emotion seems a much better chance for experiencing happiness.
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Write down each emotion experienced today. Any repeats?
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Recognize any patterns.
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PTSD sufferers experience more anxiety and fear, depressed people sadness and hopelessness, and happy people freedom, spaciousness and exhilaration.
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Our choice!
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