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What comes to mind when you hear or think of mindfulness meditation? Many imagine sitting cross-legged on a cushion, hands on chest, eyes closed, and concentrating or paying attention. While this partly explains mindfulness meditation, it is important to understand that mindfulness meditation is not just about sitting down with your eyes closed; there is more to it than just that.
Are you aware that by just practicing 5 minutes of mindfulness meditation, you are able to regulate your emotions, attention and are aware of your body throughout the day? Isn’t it great to know that you only need 5 minutes to make your day just as you want it by simply practicing mindfulness meditation? You will be glad to know that mindfulness meditation leads to a healthy sense of self and identity, which not only affects your emotional health but also your physical health.
In this book, we are going to learn how mindfulness meditation can benefit us in our daily endeavors and improve our quality of life. This may just be the motivation you need to get started on mindfulness meditation.
Before looking at mindfulness meditation, let us first understand what mindfulness is. Mindfulness is the intentional focus of your attention to sensations, thoughts, emotions, and feelings that you experience in the present moment. So, how can you be more mindful? This is through mindfulness meditation. You practice mindfulness meditation by sitting cross-legged on a chair or cushion with your eyes closed and back straight. You then focus on your breath as you breathe in and out. Each time you are distracted from your breath, you passively notice what is making your mind wander without passing any judgment then return your focus to your breath. I am sure you are probably wondering how sitting down and closing your eyes while focusing on your breath will make you more mindful? Well, it is not just about sitting down cross-legged with eyes closed but rather the discipline you derive from not focusing on thoughts during the few minutes you meditate. Once you learn how to concentrate on your breath for the 5-15 minutes you are meditating, you learn how to take charge of your mind and not let your thoughts take charge of you because you have learned to notice them, pass no judgment and move on. This is the greatest gift that you can give yourself.
Now that you understand how you can slowly learn to be more mindful, let us look at how you stand to benefit by practicing mindfulness meditation.
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- Improved Physical And Emotional Health
- Improved Self Esteem
- Improved Relationships
- Improved Creativity
- Increased Productivity
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- Much, much more!
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