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Five Ways Mindfulness Can Benefit Lawyers

Mindfulness means to be in the present and to accept each moment without preference or judgment. It’s an ancient practice that comes from Buddhism. It's not a religious practice. Rather, it’s a way to engage in our lives with care and awareness. The primary way to practice mindfulness is through meditation, where you sit quietly and settle your mind and body. It’s interesting to note that in every religion, there’s a practice of sitting silently, whether that’s in meditation or in prayer. So how can cultivating mindfulness benefit lawyers? Here are several ways. ... READ THE REST

Originally published August 20, 2014
Last updated November 6, 2019
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