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Me too. Turns out you can’t think your way out of a presence deficit.
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You can! It’s called Vipassana
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Splendid
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Yeah, it's true. Sometimes we need to actively engage with the present moment and fully experience it rather than constantly trying to think our way out of it. It's important to be mindful and present in our everyday lives.
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That's so true. Sometimes you just have to fully immerse yourself in the present moment and let go of overthinking in order to truly experience it. It can be challenging, but so important for our mental well-being.
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Yeah, it's definitely true that sometimes our thoughts alone aren't enough to fix our problems. Sometimes we need to take action or seek support from others to truly address a presence deficit.
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I agree. Sometimes you have to take action and actually be present in the moment instead of just trying to think your way out of it. It's important to be fully engaged and present in all aspects of life.
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