Mindfulness can be described as a moment-to-moment awareness of one’s experience. We simply observe what is going on around us without attaching to the outcome and without labelling it ‘good’ or ‘bad’.
Practising mindfulness on a regular basis makes you less susceptible to the mood swings and negative mind patterns that interrupt the quality of life.
There are many avenues you can use to practise this skill, including tai chi, yoga, meditation and hypnotherapy.
This is a practice that has become more popular in recent years. At first it seems simple; but in reality it can be a real challenge to stop your mind wandering, especially if it is bored or agitated.
Benefits of Mindfulness
Mindfulness helps us to manage stress and anxiety by improving emotion regulation, which boosts our moods and makes us more resilient to the ups and downs of life.
Similarly, practising mindfulness has also proven to be a very effective treatment for depression.
Because our emotions have a direct impact on the system as a whole, it also improves physical health and helps us to cope much better with existing illnesses and the symptoms we experience as a result of those illnesses.
If you practise mindfulness every day, you’ll notice a marked improvement in your overall well-being.
This video will help you:
- Break free from negative emotional states;
- Become more aware of when you’re getting caught up in unwanted emotions;
- Soothe anxiety, depression and stress;
- Create a strong physical and emotional resilience
Use this video as a way to detract from the problems and preoccupations of life, and reprogram your mind for general wellbeing.
This video is relatively short so it won’t take much time. Listen every day, with earphones, for best results.
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