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It might help to practice being in the present moment If you want to feel more positive. Notice when your attention wanders to thoughts about the past or anticipation of the future, and try redirecting your attention back one thing:  your breath, your body, or something in your immediate surroundings. Turn an everyday action into a tool for mindfulness by practicing during one specific activity, like while eating the first three bites of lunch.    Enjoy these quotes by a master of Zen Mindfulness Meditation for the Western World: Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn

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sensitivity training Long Island“Eileen’s Presentation was very engaging and well received by all. We are living in an economic climate full of stress and endless things to do. Most people do not take the time out of their busy schedules to relax, balance and effectively manage the stress in their lives. Your program is highly recommended for all to become a well-rounded, balanced person.”
– Georgia Joseph-Gant, Director
Freeport Business & Professional Resource Support Group

“Eileen’s seminars were interesting, informative and presented in a clear and unique way. The techniques she taught us are valuable techniques for reducing stress on the job.”
– E.I., Associate Provost for Information Systems, Hofstra University.

“I was impressed not only by your professionalism, but also by the personalized attention that each employee received from you during and after each session. You came very well prepared and your activities were interesting . Our employees were thrilled with your sessions. Many, with your assistance, have been able to reduce their stress in the workplace.”
– J.H., Human Resources, Margolin, Winer & Evens, LLP. 

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