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Hello My Friends!

I hope you had a nice Labor Day weekend! 

As many of you know, I have been practicing mindfulness for over 6 years now, and while I've always taught mindfulness in secular settings, I've always tried to hold as true as I can to the Buddhist fundamentals in which this practice is predicated upon.

Mindfulness is one of the eight ways (referred to as the Eight-Fold Path) that the Buddha discovered as a pathway to eternal happiness. In a nutshell, what the Buddha was really trying to figure out was how to reduce his suffering in a way that would last. (Btw, I always found the word suffering to be a powerfully strong word, so feel free to use the word that you most relate to. And remember, how "suffering" is defined will vary from person to person, but as I always say, "suffering has no hierarchy," - if it's your pain, then own it. We don't need to compare our pain to someone else's to make it valid.) 

There are a variety of things that can cause our suffering, and I'm going to spend the next few weeks, (through my social media posts on Facebook and Instagram, my newsletters, as well as a weekly Facebook live video every Friday at 8:30am) teaching and guiding you in these fundamentals of mindfulness so you can begin to practice how to cultivate new, effective tools for creating responses to life's challenges. My goal is to help you reduce your suffering so you can live more freely, fully, and authentically. 

So, your very first lesson to reduce your suffering: free yourself from expectations. To learn more about what this means, be sure to follow my social media posts all week. The links to my Facebook and Instagram are down below if you don't already follow me. I promise to provide you value-rich content that you'll be able to apply right away. 

Oh, and you're going to want to check out the new mindfulness classes for kids and an amazing new workshop for adults that I've added to my calendar! Scroll down below for the link...Don't miss out, as spots are limited!!

Have a wonderful week. Mindfully yours,
~Joree 
Learn more about all the services that I offer
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Joree Rose, founder of the Bay Area Mindfulness and Therapy Center, has a Master’s in Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, #93545. Through her extensive training in mindfulness, Joree guides her clients in the cultivation of a mindfulness practice to help bring them to greater peace, joy, and authenticity, all the while learning tools to live in the present moment to help maintain a stress and anxiety-free life. Joree has created original curriculum for her mindfulness classes and workshops, is a published author and has spoken at many local and national conferences on the implementation and maintenance a mindfulness practice. Joree also works individually and with couples in how to navigate difficult transitions in their lives, parenting struggles, relationship enhancement and divorce support.
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