The centerpiece of Mindfulness is about being present and fully present in the moment - and not let us become lost and distracted by all the thoughts, feelings and endless chores that constantly pops up in our minds.
We live in a very demanding and stressful time where the pace is high and with much changing and many changes. We are online all the time and therefore need to stop and regain contact with the place in us that is already quiet, watchful and abundant.
Greater stability and solid foundation
When we practice mindfulness and meditation, we develop greater awareness and stability and we bring ourselves into what we do. We find it easier to concentrate on various chores and tasks and can stand more firmly - even in stressful situations. We are generally not as sensitive and easy to knock down emotionally, and are more present in the contacts and meetings we have during the day.
When we are able to become present, we take also the right decisions and break away from the automatic and inappropriate thought and reaction patterns.
Many see it as a kind of state of being or a feeling of "being in the flow". A kind of contemplation or silence where your senses are sharpened and where you still can be busy without stressing yourself. A space where you feel both relaxed and alert at once.
Mindfulness has a healing, stabilizing and balancing effect physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Click here: Introductory course in Mindfulness
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