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What is mindfulness

What is mindfulness

Mindfulness is not rocket science, it is simply the act of staying in the present moment.

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Advantages of mindfulness

There are several advantages of mindfulness are:

1) Reduced anxiety

2) Less stress

3) More concentration

4) Reduced suferring etc.

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How to cultivate mindfulness

The best way to cultivate mindfulness is through long-term meditation.

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Mindfulness helps you remain calm and happy

Mindfulness helps you remain calm and happy

Have you ever seen monks and wondered 'How on earth are they always so calm'. It is just because they are mindful of the present situation.

They never constantly think about the future or past, they justthink about the task at hand and hence are more calm.

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This ideas tell you about how to remain happy and calm. Mindfulness is a meta skill that improves all other aspects of life

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