Mindfulness

What is Mindfulness?

In crude terms, Mindfulness is paying attention. And we can’t emphasize how important it is. Mindfulness is an ancient technique practised by Buddhists. However, it is said to have been introduced by John Kabat-Zinn in the modern context. The term ‘Mindfulness’ corresponds to ‘Sati’ (in Pali) or ‘Smriti’ (in Sanskrit) which means to remember or to maintain awareness of reality. Hence, mindfulness is defined as a process of drawing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment. It has been tried and accepted by the majority of people regardless of age, race, gender, abilities, and religion due to its simple yet extremely effective methodology.

Mindfulness is like meditation incorporated with specific techniques that would help you separate yourself from negative reactions.

Mindfulness is not just another technique created to bring peace and joy in people’s life rather it is a part of our lives that we ought to practice in order to be happy, healthy and productive in all aspects. It is like meditation incorporated with specific techniques to help us separate ourselves from negative reactions we give to unfavorable situations.

How does Mindfulness Work?

Studies have proven that practising mindfulness can bring about significant changes in the brain. Research done on brain imaging in 2014 found that there are eight specific regions of the brain that were observed to be consistently altered in people who meditate regularly. These eight regions include the areas of the brain responsible for memory, self and emotion regulation, thoughts and emotional processes, communication between different parts of the brain and many more. If observed closely, these areas perform and control some of the most essential functions such as recalling a bad memory, reacting to a particular situation and overthinking. This is where practising mindfulness comes handy. An alteration in these specific regions of the brain can bring incredible changes in your personality. This also implies that mindfulness can completely change (lessen) the severity of emotional pain you experience which include trauma, heartbreaks, harassment and many other painful events.

You will be calmer, stronger and more in control of how you react to unfavourable situations.

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“We all face situations in our day-to-day life where we, instead of focusing on what needs to be done at that particular moment, think about what we are supposed to do in the next moment. This not only affects our attentiveness but also decreases our productivity. Mindfulness with its amazing techniques teaches us to concentrate on the present instead of the past or future allowing us to become more focused and productive.”

 

We all face situations in our day to day life where we, instead of focusing on what needs to be done at that particular moment, think about what we are supposed to do in the next moment. This not only affects our attentiveness but also decreases our productivity. Mindfulness with its amazing techniques teaches us to concentrate on the present instead of the past or future allowing us to become more focused and productive.

How can I be sure that Mindfulness will help me?

Mindfulness, when learned with the help of a trained and certified practitioner and practised regularly, can bring revolutionary changes in the way we think, feel and react to everything and every situation around us. It will help you with the following;

 

1- Overcoming anxiety, depression, panic attacks and more such mental conditions.

 

2- Decreasing the intensity of pain you feel be it physical or mental.

 

3- Increasing your concentration, thereby making you more productive.

 

4- Helping you focus more on the solution instead of the problem.

 

5- Making you less reactive to negative situations.

 

6- Enhancing brain power and increasing your intelligence.

People have transformed their lives with the help of this practice. See it for yourself.

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