Mindfulness - Deepstash


Mindfulness is the process of being consciously aware of your own mental environment and activity in a purposeful way at all times.

Metacognition - a form of active thinking which is a function of the prefrontal cortex, it helps you regulate and manage your own thoughts.

While it may be the choices you make each day that determine the road you wish to follow, it is first your mindfulness that heightens your brain's sensitivity to seeking that path.


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