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When practising our Mindfulness it is helpful to :

Make a choice to close our eyes if this feels okay or focus on a particular spot on the floor or wall.

Be in our own little bubble if with friends or classmates or find a quiet place to practise. 

Find a comfortable position that helps us be as still as possible. 

Bringing attitudes of kindness, patience and repetition, as these are very useful when learning and developing new skills.  

Remembering it is very natural for our attention to wander during out practice (like the puppy mind). When we notice we can  choose to bring our attention back to the breath and body.

Chest and Tummy Breathing Lenora Fitzpatrick
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Chest and Tummy Breathing Practice–this practice is helpful when we are starting to learn Mindfulness. It helps us to practise bringing our attention to the breath and noticing where we are feeling it the most. 

FOFBOCLenora Fitzpatrick
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FOFBOC(Feet on Floor and bottom/body on Chair )

This can be helpful to settle and steady ourselves when we feel a wobble. We can use this practice to tune into and bring our attention to our stable base and our breath. 

Paws.bLenora Fitzpatrick
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Paws b- (Pause and Be)- can be helpful to remind us our breath is with us wherever  we go. This practice encourages us to remember to pause and pay attention to the body breathing. 

Finger BreathingLenora Fitzpatrick
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The Finger Breathing Practice–helps us to feel the flow and rhythm of the breath using our fingers.  

The Petal PracticeLenora Fitzpatrick
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The Petal Practice- this is a practice you can do at any time especially if you are feeling worried or upset.

Play Attention PracticeLenora Fitzpatrick
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 The Play Attention Practice - In this practice we are going to shine the torch light of your attention on different parts of your body.

Sometimes this will be a narrow area and sometimes wider.

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