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Pratyahara Meditation to Focus the Mind and Calm Anxiety

by Julie PetersAugust 22, 2017
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Use this guided meditation to draw the senses closer to connect with the body in the present moment.

Pratyahara is a word that’s often translated to mean “withdrawing the senses.” I like to think of it instead as a way to draw the senses closer, to work with what's already happening in order to connect with the body in the present moment. Pratyahara meditation reframes distracti …

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