The beginning of a new year is often a time to reflect on changes we would like to make in ourselves and in our lives.
With mindfulness, we are always at the beginning. We use the term "intention" instead of "resolution" or "goal". Here's why: A goal involves envisioning a future outcome, and then planning, applying discipline and working hard to achieve it. It involves living in an imagined future, not with what’s happening in the present moment. With a goal, the future is always the focus.
An intention is not oriented toward a future outcome: it is a path of practice that is focused on how you are being in the present moment. You set your intentions based on understanding what matters to you most and make a commitment to align your wordly actions with your inner values.
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Jules Rodriguez is a licensed chiropractor and massage therapist in practice for over 20 years. She was introduced to meditation 30 years ago in a recovery program, and was immediately aware of the positive changes that occur through regular practice. She has a daily meditation practice, and when she's not on the cushion she endeavors to bring mindfulness to everything she does. She is currently enrolled in the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center's (MARC) Trained Mindfulness Facilitator Program
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