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My Favorite Mindfulness Quote

My Favorite Mindfulness Quote | mostly mindful mommy

I was recently asked to contribute to an article my favorite quote related to mindfulness and why it resonated with me. While it was difficult to choose just one from the many that are imprinted in my brain, I also immediately knew which it would be:

“Worrying is a way to avoid what is so by thinking about what could be.” — Judith Hanson Lasater (Living Your Yoga: Finding the Spiritual in Everyday Life)

Though I’ve encountered many bits of wisdom in my extensive consumption of spiritual literature, it’s the simplicity of this quote that has stuck with me through all these years. This quote found me during a period in my life when I was deepening my yoga practice, but had only begun to delve into meditation/mindfulness practices. It was the first time I fully realized how futile worrying actually is, and how costly a price we pay when it consumes our lives. I finally “got” what it meant to notice a thought or emotion, and then simply choose not to engage with it. To this day I’m still in awe of the power we reclaim when we become mindful of our reactions, and that’s why I’m passionate about teaching meditation and mindfulness to children. Imagine what’s possible for a world where everyone knew these truths from such a young age!

Read the full article with all 10 quotes here.

What’s a quote you live by? Share in the comments below!

My Favorite Mindfulness Quote | mostly mindful mommy







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4 thoughts on “My Favorite Mindfulness Quote

  1. Lisa says:

    Love your posts! Worry is fruitless and limiting! Mine is: Greater is He that is in me, then he that is in the world. 1 John 4:4


  2. Single Mother Ahoy says:

    Oh, this is a brilliant quote – and so true!

    My favourite quote is one I have tattooed on my wrist, beneath my watch strap: “This too shall pass.” I got it when I was mid breakdown.

    Thanks for linking up with the weekend blog hop!

  3. Artizenbox says:

    This quote just spoke through my heart and deep into my soul!!! This is perfect and exactly what i needed today!!!

    • the mostly mindful mommy says:

      I’m so glad to hear that! Thank you for stopping by <3


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