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  1. Recently my Dr mentioned a new group they were thinking of forming to deal with anxiety, depression, etc, based on a “new” therapy that was proving effective with a low level of recidivism. It’s called Mindfulness, based on Taoism philosophic principles. She thought with my taking tai chi and my interest in psychology etc that I might be helpful in the group. I told her that I already use one of the techniques – observing my flow of thoughts and feelings without identifying with them. I consider my life-long interest in psychology and health to be helpful in living with PD, as it’s provides me insight into both – and first-hand experience of the relation between mind and body. After thinking about Mindfulness relating to PD and sickness in general I thought it could be very helpful - but I can only see it being helpful to people who believe that there is more to life than meets the eye -- whether it be religion, philosophy, cosmic forces or whatever. For without this belief I can’t see how or why anyone would derive satisfactory meaning (or reason) from observing their negative and painful experience of anything..... Since my Dr mentioned it I have noticed more articles on mindfulness...
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