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Stephanie Netter The Practice

Mindfulness vs. Concentration

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Mindfulness is more important that concentration. The more you develop your noticing factor of mindfulness, the quicker you will notice the distraction and the quicker you will pull out of it and return yourself back to the object of your attention. You will gain increased concentration. As concentration develops, it assists in the development of mindfulness. The more concentration power you have the less chance you will be pulled to analyze the distraction and return your attention to where it should be. Mindfulness and concentration balance each other.

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Stephanie is a happy mother to two amazing girls. She has been an enthusiastic learner about Eastern Philosophy and Religions for over 30 years. She has been trained in Physical Therapy with a passion for high-level functioning in our environment. Among her fondest childhood memories, playing outside in nature and exploring standout most. She was fortunate to have been an early traveler with her family as her Dad was a pilot, which has made her always curious about meeting different people and their cultures.  She is always striving to be mindful in any way and loves starting her day with Buddhist practice, meditation, yoga, and functional training. 

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