The 3d Part of The Exercise In Mindfulness

Mindfulness is often described as the ability to be attentive to the present moment as it unfolds in a curious, non-judgmental and accepting manner. Doing exercises to improve our ability to be mindful can help when we need to distance ourselves from disturbing thoughts and emotions as well as create a longer response time, which […]

The Second Part Of The Body Scan Mindfulness Exercise

Mindfulness is often described as the ability to be attentive to the present moment as it unfolds in a curious, non-judgmental and accepting manner. Doing exercises to improve our ability to be mindful can help when we need to distance ourselves from disturbing thoughts and emotions as well as create a longer response time, which […]

A Mindfulness Exercise To Practice Presence & Focus

One of the most important exercises within mindfulness is to learn to observe your breathing without necessarily altering it. This is one step in developing the ability to stay in an observing, non-judging position and postpone reactions. This ability that can be used in more stressful or distressing situations. You can record this exercise in […]

Another Mindful Reflection Exercise To Get Closer Bonds

Saturday – Easter: Another excellent day for reflection, mindful awareness & acceptance, see suggested exercise in yesterday’s post. Challenge: If you are meeting someone today – try to get closer than usual by asking questions on a deeper level, also possibly by sharing reflections, experiences and feelings. Then notice what happens inside of you and […]

An Excellent Day For Reflection, Mindfulness & Acceptance

Today, many people have a free day. Whether you are religious or not, this can be an excellent day for both reflection and practicing mindfulness. Reflection Exercise: 1) Which 3 areas are you proud of right now in your life and which positive qualities/traits have you used to achieve these? 2) Which 3 things/areas are […]