The Art Of Mindfulness: Why Mindfulness Matters

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How Does Mindfulness Work?

Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword over the last few years. But just what does being mindful mean and how does it work?

1.1. Mindfulness Definition

Mindfulness is basically the practice of being consciously aware in the present moment, without judging your experience.

It’s about being ‘mindful’ of every detail in the here and now.

This helps us reconnect with the simplicity of life, by living in the moment.

By achieving this state of awareness, we can enjoy a sense of peace within.

The beauty of this practice is that it can literally transform the way you experience your life.

You don’t need any special tools to practice it – and just your present moment will do.

As you’ll discover in my guide, mindfulness is scientifically backed to help reduce stress, improve compassion and even help your performance in the workplace.

1.2. What Mindfulness Is Not

You might be worried that mindfulness is just too ‘out there’ for you.

But despite its ties to Buddhism, you don’t need to be religious to practice mindfulness.

And you definitely don’t have to be travelling on some sort of spiritual journey towards enlightenment.

Mindfulness is really just a concentration exercise.

It’s about focusing your mind on the present moment, without worrying about the future or the past.

Plus there’s no right or wrong way to do things when it comes to mindfulness.

There’s absolutely no judgement involved. 

Whilst sitting cross-legged or burning incense are often a part of mindful meditation, they’re not required.

Mindfulness is simply a case of experiencing life in the present moment.

By reading my guide, you’ll learn why being mindful matters and how to practice the art of mindfulness.

You’ll discover how you can enjoy the rewards of being mindful by integrating it into your everyday life.

Remember, Mindfulness isn’t a results focused task. It’s more of an on-going practice.

To learn more, click here for the complete guide:

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