Sitting with difficulty MBCT
This practice begins with grounding and settling through the breath and body, and then invites you to bring into your mind a difficulty that is ok to work with - not the most intense difficulty in your life right now. It is an opportunity to explore working with difficulty through the body; dropping out of the storyline and into physical sensation in the body, bringing a kindly awareness and breath to this experience without needing to solve the problem through further thinking or problem solving. The guidance reminds you that you can ground yourself through an anchor such as the breath, sounds or feet on the floor at any point. This practice is usually introduced in week 5 or 6 of an MBCT course.
Sitting with difficulty.m4a
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