Attention, attunement, attachment, atonement for mindfulness by Joseph Cramer, M.D.,

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Daniel Siegel in his book, “The Mindful Brain,” teaches the critical import of being aware.

Mindfulness is waking up from automatic to be alive and cognizant of the world and people around us. We arouse our senses to novelty and to ourselves. Mindfulness is recognizing these forces within us and mastering them. Atonement is in mindfulness.

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