Mindfulness is about being curious and accepting, not judging. It is about being in this present moment and feeling good.
I have recently completed a course on mindfulness for wellbeing and peak performance. I wanted to participate in this for several reasons but mainly to share insights and encourage healing and wellbeing in others.
So let's begin...
Our lives are so busy, we lack time for ourselves and even each other. Our minds are full, there is no room for anything but stress and anxiety to thrive making us feel tense, miserable, tired and alone.
It's important we free our minds from the overload. But how?
Here are four helpful practices that'll help you become more mindful:
Quieten your mind, breathe deeply in and out even if it's just for two minutes.
Be in the present, do one thing at a time.
Give yourself time, you have permission for your mind to wander, just bring it back gently.
You can do this.
If you're struggling during your mindfulness practice, try these four cognitive practices:
Don't make a mountain out of a molehill, see what is.
Leave negative thoughts behind.
Learn and move on. Go with the flow.
Presence Of Mind
Be in the now. Remain calm and clarity will come.
All of the above will help you feel good from within.
Remember to always be kind and gentle with yourself. Remain present with your mind and don't let nerves or anxiety take over.
Sit, balance, breathe, focus and notice how you feel. Watch and feel your ebb and flow.
Sending you all miracles, love, healing and so much light.