Simple Practice For Letting Go Of Negative Thoughts

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Repeating a mantra is one of the oldest and simplest of all meditation practices. During this practice, you silently repeat a word or a phrase in harmony with the breath. Mantra repetition calms the mind, making it easier to let go of looping thoughts.
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