I have been practising mindfulness and meditation for the past three years. I have been teaching mindfulness and meditation since January 2018. One morning whilst I was meditating; my inner wisdom, intuition or whatever you want to call it said; go and practise with other people and that was it! the voice was gone! I knew this voice wasn’t my mind it came from my heart. At first I thought that’s odd because it felt like someone whispered so clearly behind my ear, but there wasn’t anyone. I had a deep desire and clear vision of leading this wonderful meditation with a group of people. This vision got me so excited that I immediately acted upon it. I hired the room, spread the word and within a few weeks i was leading a small group of six people. How awesome I thought to myself and how grateful I am that I’ve tuned in to my inner wisdom and listened. And this is how my journey begins.
So do you wonder what Mindfulness is? Mindfulness is a practise where you pay attention to the present moment on purpose, without any judgement. It means if you can in rush hour traffic; remain perfectly calm and if you can always find contentment just as you are, if you can be aware of you breaths as you inhale and exhale my friends that is mindfulness… Mindfulness is about change, transformation and growth. Mindfulness is so good for us, it strengthens our functioning, reorganises our nervous system, decreases stress, helps us sleep better, help us focus better, increases our productivity and helps to deal with challenges in a better way. When you practise Mindfulness it shapes our brain and strengthens our connection based on repeating practise. when you practise mediation whats happening in our brain is that we develop cortical thickening the growth of new neurons in response to a repeated practise. Mindfulness isn’t just about paying attention, its about how we pay attention with kindness and compassion.
Mindfulness describes a way of approaching our thoughts and feelings so that we become more aware of them and react differently to them.
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