It is important to spend time in comfort. When we feel at ease, our nervous system uses this down time for resting, digesting, and repairing. Perhaps we find that comfort at home, in nature, with friends and family, and alone.
It is also beneficial to experience discomfort. It is, after all, a part of life. Discomfort nudges us to learn patience, to build resilience, and to meet and explore our own boundaries.
In mindful presence,
We find comfort among those who agree with us—growth among those who don't.
―Frank A. Clark
Lori Furbush teaches Qigong, Yin Yoga, & Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). She weaves MINDFULNESS & RELAXATION into every moment.