Mindfulness – is it Easy or Tricky?
Ask Mindfulness Meditation Master Jon Kabat-Zinn says:
Mindfulness means moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness.
It is cultivated by refining our capacity to pay attention, intentionally, in the present moment, and then sustaining that attention over time as best we can. In the process, we become more in touch with our life as it is unfolding.
John Kabat-Zinn (founder of MBSR – Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) found that his patients suffering severe pain benefited from Mindfulness Meditation and he and others spread the practice throughout the general public.
(Mindfulness Meditation Training is very simple to learn. Jon Kabat-Zinn honed his skills from Buddhists camps in India. Buddhist meditators show through brain scans while meditating to have higher results on scales of Happiness.)
What The Journey begins: Will you take the leap?
WARNING! – Mindfulness can change the habits of a lifetime
Can you arrive somewhere without remembering anything about the journey??
Do you drink the latte you bought but drain the cup without even tasting it??
Are you too busy to stop and smell the flowers??
Learn a bit more about yourself with this checkup:
Mindfulness Quiz – based on the teachings of Jon Kabat-Zinn
Here is a quick weather check on your feelings at the moment:
Mindfulness Meditation Training is easily accessible. All you have to do is take a chance and see what it is all about. Once you get the idea, you can plainly see how Mindfulness and meditation can be applied to many characteristics about yourself you would like to adjust. You will find Happiness in everyday things through Mindfulness Meditation training. You may well find you like yourself better. Wouldn’t that be amazing?
But it is not about doing things to change. It’s more about being still so you become much more aware of what is inside and outside of your body.
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“You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”
― Jon Kabat-Zinn