First introduced by Buddha as the path to spiritual enlightenment more than 2,500 years ago, the practice of mindfulness is all about learning to be present in our own lives. It is a gentle form of therapy and self-healing, and a way of opening our minds to greater awareness. For the recovering addict, mindfulness can bring about new ways to control relapses and to understand that if a craving or trigger comes that it will pass if we can accept that it is a normal phase of the recovery process.
At Wish Recovery, we understand that incorporating mindfulness exercises with treatment is one of the most important phases in the recovery journey. By helping you to notice the many wonderful sensory experienced that occur in the world around us every day, the world suddenly doesn't seem such a bad place to be or a place where you need to seek out pleasure through addictive behaviors.
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