Mind and Body Separation

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I am sure we all agree with the research; mind and body are linked. There's no denying that how we think affects us physically and how we feel physically can certainly affect our minds. But, what if we are mindful and separate them out for a moment? What can we observe about ourselves in any given moment?
 
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