“Pain but not necessarily suffering” (Tradition Chinese)
Life doesn't always go as expected. In the face of sudden changes and hardship, we may feel devastated and could not find a way out.
At this time, we may take a mindful break to bring our mind to the present, to focus on the current status of our body and mind so we know how to take care of ourselves.
Published by the New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, this book provides 25 mindfulness tips for people to learn practising of being mindful during difficult times. Through ongoing mindfulness practice, we may find that pain does not necessarily entail suffering.
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