“Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.” When you think about it, the practice of Intentionally Centering Attention Now is about watching for the mental and emotional weeds that obstruct our view and clarity. Rather than letting those tumbling weeds within us cause an accident, we can choose to see them for what they are. Each weed guides us toward planting a beautiful garden of thoughts. As Emerson points out, weeds have a value when we look closely. Can the weeds of your life help you find the life you want?”
Donald Altman, in “The Mindfulness Code”
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