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How to Be More Mindful

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How to Be More Mindful

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Hope you are able to start practising mindfulness today. 

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Things to Consider Before You Start

Things to Consider Before You Start

1. You do not need to buy anything. You can practice mindfulness anywhere that is comfortable for you. 

2. The goal is not to quiet your mind. Your brain is the most active thing in your body, it can not be quiet. 

3. Your mind will wander. It is natural for our brains to wander and t...

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5. Notice When Your Mind Has Wondered

5. Notice When Your Mind Has Wondered

Take notice when your mind has wandered from your breath and put the focus back onto it as soon as you can. 

It may be hard at first, but eventually, you will be able to regain focus quickly. 

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6. Be Kind To Wandering Mind

6. Be Kind To Wandering Mind

Your mind will wander from time to time, but remember to be kind to yourself. A judgemental attitude will only cause your mind to wander more.

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3. Notice Your Body

3. Notice Your Body

As you are completing mindfulness, think about the times your body feels tense or uneased. Is it when your mind is wandering or when you are focused? 

It will be good to take note of this for the next session. 

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1. Take A Seat

1. Take A Seat

Find a place where you are comfortable and sit down. You can kneel or cross your legs also. Whatever feels comfortable for you. 

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2. Set a Limit

2. Set a Limit

If you are just starting out try not to do it for too long. Try between 5-10 minutes. As you get better, you can make this time longer.

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4. Feel Your Breath

4. Feel Your Breath

Follow the sensations of your breath and try to focus on them. Be at peace with your breathing as it goes in and out. 

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