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My name is Athena.  I meditate, and am new to welcoming a formal Mindfulness as my renewed meditation practice.  I'm excited that there are others who share in mindfulness meditations.  I also enjoy labyrinth walking which for me, inspires mindfulness and transformation. 

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Hello Athena! Wonderful to meet you here. I've never tried labyrinth walking but am intrigued! Do you have any tips or resource recommendations?

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