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20th September 2018

Video tip: Practice mindfulness by using your tongue

by Shannon Houde

Let’s eat chocolate! Wait, let’s do more than just eat chocolate. Why don’t you join me in savoring chocolate, this moment, and the rest of your day. Practice mindfulness by using your tongue:

Practice mindfulness by using your tongue from Walk of Life Consulting on Vimeo.

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20th September 2018

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