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It is a common misconception that meditation entails sitting down on a bare floor or a special meditation pillow for hours. Actually, there are many different ways to meditate, from a 5-minute time out in your office chair to a weekend-long silent retreat. Anybody who has an interest in meditating can find a style to suit her needs, time and budget.
Nina Makofsky has been a professional writer for more than 20 years. She specializes in art, pop culture, education, travel and theater. She currently serves as a Mexican correspondent for "Aishti Magazine," covering everything from folk art to urban trends. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mills College.
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