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All the info you need to stay calm, cool, and unfrazzled in any stressful situation—including Thanksgiving with the family.

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Let’s face it: no matter how many SoulCycle classes you take or green juices you drink, it can be hard to stay calm, cool, and unfrazzled—especially if you’re a New Yorker.

That’s why looking after your inner life is so important, and spiritual practices among young, harried urbanites have become so popular.

With their ability to turn your focus inward and create a sense of calm and perspective, they’re essential to gracefully handling stressful emotions and situations—Thanksgiving with family, included. Here are some tools we’ll be using…

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7. The top 5 meditation teachers who make it easier to sit with yourself
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