Mindfulness can be practiced anywhere and anytime. All you have to do is bring your complete attention and awareness to your current experiences.
• Do you often feel like you are stuck on auto-pilot? • Do you feel disconnected from your everyday experiences? Mindlessness refers to a lack of awareness to our moment to moment experiences. Think about how many times you have; • Responded to someone reactively, without paying attention to our inner and outer world • Scoffed down your food with little to no awareness of doing so • Driven to work without noticing what is going on around you • Been lost in your thoughts We all fall into the trap of mindlessness, but we can become more mindful of our experiences. Ask yourself – is your Mind Full or are you being Mindful?
Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzz word in recent times - for psychologists, media, and all over the internet. Why? Regular mindfulness can improve well-being by: - reducing stress - reducing anxiety - improving on-the-spot thinking