The Shortcut to Equanimity

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To cultivate equanimity, it is often fastest to train equanimity in the body first.

The effect of equanimity is often obvious in our internal talk, which becomes quieter when it no longer judges and evaluates what we experience. But mind and body are always intertwined, and there are many indications that the body’s reaction is fundamental to how we think and…

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Norwegian mindfulness coach and bodyworker, specializing in chronic pain relief and stress disorders.

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Tord Helsingeng

Tord Helsingeng

Norwegian mindfulness coach and bodyworker, specializing in chronic pain relief and stress disorders.

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