April 2, 2020

Mind Full, or Mindful? by Janette Edwards Health & Wellbeing Coach

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we
are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s
going on around us. It allows us to focus on our immediate environment and
therefore heightens our awareness and gratitude.

Mindfulness is a quality that all of us already possess. You just have to learn
how to access it and develop it. It is like anything else, the more we practice
the better the ability in us.

Mindfulness gives us a safe opportunity in our lives where we can suspend
judgment and unleash our natural curiosity about the workings of the mind.

We approach our experiences and feelings with warmth and kindness—to ourselves and others.

Mindfulness can be practiced through several methods:

Meditation, Visualisations, Guided Imagery, Mindful Eating, Mindful Movement, being in nature, journaling … anything where you are just fully present in the moment.

We all want to benefit from these things so maybe it is time to start being
more mindful or develop your mindfulness practice.

Written by: Janette Edwards, Health & Wellbeing Coach

T. 07753194002 E. janetteedwards@hotmail.com F. janetteedwards



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