The Power Of Mindfulness Essay

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Mindfulness & Power of our thoughts A strong impact is made on our health and overall well-being by what we think and feel, how we talk to ourselves, and what view we take about what is happening to us, and around us. Mindfulness, in its simplest form, means to be able to pay attention to the present moment, without judgment and criticism. To the things that actually “are”. We then start to see the world “as it is”, and not as we expect it to be, or want it to be, or what we fear it might be! It consists of starting to focus our attention on our breath, as it flows in and out of the body. We are then able to observe our thoughts as they arise in our mind, and realise that these thoughts come and go on their own, like the wandering clouds in …show more content…

 Its practice does not mean going into a trance, since the attempt is not to leave or change the experience of this moment, but to be present within it.  Mindfulness is not only for monks or priests – it is a way of connecting with the natural quality of awareness and presence, which all humans have. As we learn and practice mindfulness, we will become more aware, and others around us are likely to find us as helpful, patient, open-hearted, non-judgmental and compassionate human being. Being more mindful and aware will ultimately help us to live and enjoy our life to the full! Need we desire more? Mindfulness today, is one of the most talked about developments in human psychology, and innumerable researches are being undertaken across the globe to understand its positive effects and implications. If interested, the reader is recommended to refer to the invaluable material available on the internet and print versions (please be cautious and aware of the information-overload) for individual knowledge, consumption, development and

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