Clinging to Mindfulness – The Art of Rock Climbing

Coming off the 8-week UMass Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, I thought back to canyoneering and rock climbing at Zion National Park when I heard the following quote from Joanna Marcy

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“Uncertainty, when accepted, sheds a bright light on the power of intention. That is what you can count on: Not the outcomes, but the motivations you bring, the vision you hold, the compass setting you chose to follow.”

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