Mindfulness and how we Practice it
Mindfulness is a way of bringing your intention to pay attention to the present moment. Mindfulness is available to us in every moment. To be in the present right here right now. Techniques like mindful moment practices, meditation, and breathing are part of training. This slowing down of the mind and body and is a way to help people to become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and body sensations. Instead of being overwhelmed by them they’re better able to manage them. Practising mindfulness can give more insight into emotions, boost attention and concentration, and improve relationships.
Mindfulness meditation asks us to suspend judgement and unleash our natural curiosity about the workings of our mind and bodies bringing in a whole new experience and opening us to a warmth a kindness and gentleness to ourselves and others.
Who Can Benefit
Mindfulness can be practiced by children, young people and adults older people and is a re commended treatment for people with mental health problems.
“Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally,” says Jon Kabat-Zinn the founder of mindfulness.
The potential benefits of mindfulness are huge well researched and scientifically proven here are some:
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