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As a yoga practitioner, I find the aspects of yoga very enlightening, empowering and inspiring. To me, yoga can touch all parts of my life and, I feel, help to heal me mentally, physically and spiritually. As I read more about yoga’s effect on others, I start to focus in on the aspects that intrigue me the most. As soon as I chose the subject of mindfulness as my latest target, surprise, surprise, mindfulness jumps out at me from everywhere.My husband, who is a Registered Massage Therapist, brought one of the most amazing effects up to me. He deals with people who have chronic pain on a regular basis and is always open to anything that may assist in helping patients heal themselves. The reliance on medications to alleviate chronic pain is something that many RHPS’ and patients themselves are moving away from. Many times the pain is only masked and recurs when the patient stops taking them. Even worse can be that people start to need higher doses and stronger medications and may eventually become addicted.