Color Outside the Lines: Mindfulness Methods for Busy Lives - Deepstash

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Elevator Mindfulness

Elevator Mindfulness

Turn elevator rides into opportunities for mindfulness by focusing on your breath, observing the sensation of movement, and letting go of any impatience.

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Walking Labyrinth

Walking Labyrinth

Find a local walking labyrinth or create your own and practice mindfulness as you slowly navigate the winding path, focusing on each step and breath.

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Coloring for Mindfulness

Coloring for Mindfulness

Engage in adult coloring activities, using the intricate patterns as an opportunity to focus your attention, relax your mind, and express creativity.

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Mindful Chewing Gum

Mindful Chewing Gum

Chew gum mindfully, paying attention to the flavor, texture, and the sensation of chewing as a simple way to practice being present.

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Mindful Window Gazing

Mindful Window Gazing

Take a break from your busy day to gaze out the window, focusing on the sights, sounds, and sensations of the world outside as a form of mindfulness.

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Creative Writing Meditation

Creative Writing Meditation

Practice mindfulness through creative writing, such as poetry or free-writing, focusing on the flow of thoughts and the movement of the pen on paper.

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Silent Disco Meditation

Silent Disco Meditation

Attend or host a silent disco, where participants wear headphones to listen to music and dance. Use this immersive experience to practice mindfulness and presence.

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Mindful Shopping

Mindful Shopping

Turn shopping trips into mindfulness exercises by focusing on the sensory experience of colors, textures, and smells as you browse and select items.

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Aromatherapy and Mindfulness

Aromatherapy and Mindfulness

Combine aromatherapy with mindfulness by inhaling scents like lavender, rosemary, or citrus, and focusing on the sensory experience to anchor yourself in the present moment.

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Bedtime Body Scan

Bedtime Body Scan

Before sleeping, perform a body scan meditation by mentally scanning your body from head to toe, releasing tension and cultivating mindfulness.

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CURATED BY

karbatos

A deep thinker and a big enthusiast of technology.

CURATOR'S NOTE

To feel the present as it is, to not worry about the future nor hold yourself back because of the past is a goal that everyone should try to achieve. To be mindful is to become present and to become more present means to live life.

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