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Mental weight is a sense of internal heaviness that many people carry mindlessly. Feelings (eg. anger, trauma, sadness) and stress (e.g. family, work, health) are two examples of mental weight.
We often "put on" mental weight mindlessly and carry the weight of it as a burden in our hearts and a sense
of sluggish in our bodies. While suffering is unavoidable, mindful awareness helps us digest the facts of life and
ligthen up our lives.
1. What is mental weight and how is it different than physical weight?
2. What are some key categories of mental weight and some specific examples?
3. How does mental weight impact mindful eating?
4. How can we mindfully take off mental weight?
Ronna Kabatznick, Ph.D.
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