Mindfulness

Mindfulness
“To live mindfully is to live in the moment and reawaken oneself to the present, rather than dwelling on the past or anticipating the future”.

What Is Mindfulness?

According to experts at MindYog, The state of Mindfulness encompasses observing one’s thoughts and feelings without judging them as good or bad.

Mindfulness can also be a healthy way to identify and manage latent emotions that are causing problems in personal or professional relationships.

Mindfulness is frequently used in meditation and certain kinds of therapy. It has many positive benefits such as

  • lowering stress levels in those who are practicing this therapy
  • reducing harmful ruminating
  • Protection from depression
  • Reduction in levels of anxiety.
  • Research have even suggested that mindfulness can help people better cope with rejection and social isolation.

Mindfulness is a tool that allows people to be more aware of their physical and emotional conditions without getting bogged down in self-criticism and judgment.

How to Lead a Mindful Life? – MindYog Approach

A person’s experience of time tends to be subjective and heavily influenced by their emotional state. Fears and insecurities about the past and the future can make it difficult to fully appreciate the present. The key is learning how to pay attention.

Mindfulness can take place through meditation sessions or smaller moments throughout the day

A Mindfulness technique used by the psychologist at MindYog- Indias Best Psychological wellness centre is:

  • Sit down and taking deep breaths.
  • Focus on each breath and the sensations of the moment, such as sounds, scents, the temperature, and the feeling of air passing in and out of the body.
  • Shift your attention, then, to the thoughts and emotions that you’re experiencing.
  • Allow each thought to exist without judging it or ascribing negativity to it.
  • Sit with those thoughts.

The experience may evoke a strong emotional reaction. Exploring that response can be an opportunity to address or resolve underlying challenges.

What can Mindfulness do for you?

Thanks to research and exposure from the media, mindfulness is no longer hidden in ancient spiritual texts, monasteries and ashrams. Today, it is practiced by millions of people the world over.

It is now being taught in schools, in workplaces, in hospitals and in homes all over the world. As people continue to discover for themselves the incredible benefits of living mindfully, the interest continues to skyrocket.

Here are some of the proven ways that a session of mindfulness can benefit you:

  • Mindfulness reduces stress, anxiety and other destructive emotions. Mindfulness reduces depression (clinical trials are showing that mindfulness is as effective as medication with no side effects!).
  • Mindfulness reduces insomnia , increases your sense of wellbeing , reduces lethargy and increases energy both mentally and physically.
  • Mindfulness is also very effective for pain management.
  • Mindfulness sharpens your memory and increases your focus and attention.
  • Mindfulness improves your emotional and social intelligence and develops your empathy and compassion. It is also shown to improve relationships.

Mindfulness improves health and boosts immunity. In fact, mindfulness is shown to have beneficial effects on many serious illnesses such as cancer and heart disease

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