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Sensory Overload and Quirkyalone

“Reflective Meditation puts the pause on sensory overload. The simple, but not easy, act of laying down or sitting still without seeking external input takes practice. Your eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body, and mind may still be sensing, but you won’t be ‘heaping’ it on.” Linda Modaro When you decide to meditate, you have choices. Meditate on your own: Sit silently for 20-30 minutes and journal afterwards. Try a 20 minute meditation prompt / guided meditation. Meditate on your own with … read on