Breathe in. Breathe out.
The past is history.
The future is a mystery.
The present is a gift!
Being present is a challenge for most today. Make each moment count by experiencing life the way it was meant to be. Learn how to be in the now , what is preventing you, and how to change that around.
“Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally,” says Kabat-Zinn, a master in mindfulness. “It’s about knowing what is on your mind.”
There are several attitudes, techniques, and a foundation needed to cultivate being present in order to maintain a mindful state. Begin learning today and experience all the benefits of being mindful.
If the past is history, the future is a mystery, and the present is a gift, then give yourself the opportunity to learn and experience mindfulness. Being present is the only reality we truly have and a gift you deserve. A life experienced this was has so many rewards.
Benefits include, but not limited to:
Respond instead of reacting to situations and feelings
As you learn to be mindful, your life will feel renewed, carrying a different purpose and understanding to everything you experience, feel, and think about. This simple and effective process involves intentional and direct attention to the present moment, experiencing it, and doing so without judgement. Many also begin to find gratitude, no matter what their position is currently.
Mindfulness has been very effective in helping people with emotional and physical issues, stress, personal and professional performance, anxiety and stress, depression, emotional eating, and pain.
Learning mindfulness can be combined with many forms of meditation, including self-hypnosis, yoga, traditional meditation, and with other therapy modalities to enhance the benefits and effectiveness of all of your experiences.
Once you learn this practice for yourself, the benefits expand out beyond what you will get personally and will help you with your close relationships and with others -even those you haven’t met yet.