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Mindfulness exercise led by Aurora M. Casta, M.D., psychiatrist for the University of Pennsylvania Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) designed to help you transition from the “working, thinking world” towards greater awareness of your body, mind and surroundings. We used this to help prepare you for the movement exercises that follow.