Mindfulness

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Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way:

On purpose,

In the present moment, and

Non-Judgementally.

~Jon Kabet-Zinn

I’m a huge advocate for the practice of MINDFULNESS.  I believe that everyone can benefit from incorporating some regular practice of mindfulness into their lives and encourage you to do so!

It’s fantastic to ground you and bring you back into the present!  It’s fantastic for clearing the mind!  It’s fantastic for stress relief!  It’s fantastic for anyone suffering with depression and/or anxiety!

What exactly is Mindfulness?  What are the benefits of incorporating this practice into your life?

I’ve written some posts that will help answer your questions.  Have a poke around and enjoy!

 

NEW!    MINDFUL IN MAY – 2018

In May 2018 I participated in Mindful In MayMindful in May is a transformative one month online mindfulness program which brings together the world’s best meditation teachers, wellbeing experts and neuroscientists to teach you the tools to transform your mind towards greater well-being and happiness – all whilst giving you the chance to transform the lives of others by helping to raise money for clean drinking water projects in the developing world.

These are a collection of weekly wrap up posts.

Mindful in May

Mindful in May – Week 1

Mindful in May – Week 2

Mindful in May – Week 3

Mindful in May – Week 4

Mindful in May – Week 5

 


Mindful Monday: The Benefits of Mindfulness

Mindful Monday: Attitudes Wrap Up

Mindful Monday: Gratitude & Generosity

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Letting Go

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Acceptance

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Non-Striving

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Trust

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Beginner’s Mind

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Patience

Mindful Monday: The Attitude of Non-Judging

Mindful Monday: The 7 attitudes of mindfulness

Mindful Monday: A simple mindfulness exercise

 

You might be interested in also visiting the SELF INVESTMENT page
which contains links to numerous posts that are closely related and complimentary
to the practice of mindfulness.

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