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"What a gift and a relief to find that we can each choose the way (to meditate) that's best for us! I can't even tell you what a difference that discovery has made. Mindfulness and meditation now feels organic and nurturing. What a wonderful day of discovery, community and connection."
-Julie Nelson, opera singer
"Nancy's mindfulness talk and guided meditation helped slow down the spinning wheels of an extremely overactive mind, leaving me more centered and grounded, calm and present in my own life."
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Tag Archives: compassion
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