„The most reliable way to cut through the thinking process is to bring attention to what you are experiencing in the body.“

—  Ken McLeod, Monsters Under the Bed http://www.unfetteredmind.org/monsters-under-the-bed-retreat-1#sect14. Unfettered Mind http://unfetteredmind.org. (2010-10-10) (Topic: Practice)
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