MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS
Being mindful means we are living in the present and tapping into the power and quality of mind which is aware of what's happening, without judgment and external interference.
There is a power in being mindful and it is possible to be mindful in everything we do. The world is so full of distractions, that is easy to get caught up in many different things at the same time. Living a mindful life is so much more fulfilling. It's all about connecting the mind, body, and spirit to the here and now...to this moment, not what is coming up later. We can teach ourselves to live a life in which we cherish each and every second we are alive, for every moment we let pass us by, is one we never get back.
Mindfulness keeps us connected to the people and things around us, so that we are not just simply rushing by being busy in our lives. Distractions are counterproductive. Being mindful can help us in every aspect of our lives, make us more productive, make our relationships so much stronger, and help us to live a life worth living.
If you're not present in the moment how can you ever be fully present at any part of life?
I teach a new way to look at things. With mindful focus you can be truly connected to every moment with the person you love, the job you like, the hobby you enjoy, etc.
When we are in control of our mind, we are in control of our heart and we resist anger, we have more patience, and we are able to focus instead of letting the moment pass without value.
In mindfulness we are more connected than ever before. The compulsive "checking-in" culture we live in is actually making us less genuinely connected. People sit in meeting rooms, restaurants, and living spaces together, but alone. Attention locked onto laptops, televisions, and mobile devices instead of one another.
This digital numbness has caused chronic stress, input overload, sleep deprivation, and cognitive distraction, all of which are harming performance, focus, relationships, leadership, teamwork, and our overall well-being. People claim they don't have time to take proper care of themselves, but the real issue is not time management, it's attention management. Civility is declining - and yet everyone wants to be treated with respect, honesty, and kindness.
The good news is that we are starting to recognize how out of balance our personal and work lives have become. We are hungry for more tangible human connections and a deeper meaning in life. Values are shifting toward what makes us feel more deeply alive: including being fully present and aware of the moment, and genuinely treating others with kindness, respect, and understanding. It’s time to release ourselves from our constant “busy-ness”, in order to appreciate the events, people, and the reality of the moment. Instead of being looked on as a strength, this constant need to be “busy” should to be recognized as a disconnection from living an authentic life. We must focus on the fact that taking care of our spiritual health isn't an indulgence, but is vital to our overall health and happiness.
No matter what stressors come our way - whether externally through events, situations, and people - or internally via our nonproductive thoughts and challenging emotions - mindful awareness skills can teach us to choose how to respond with greater equanimity, instead of compulsive, mind-less reactivity - and all the stress that creates. We learn to listen in order to hear, rather than listening in order to respond. By focusing on being present, we can be more compassionate and thoughtful in how we react.
Think for a moment what that might mean to you as a partner, as a leader, and as a person. When you can give yourself authentically, being fully present, just imagine the deeper connection you can feel with others and with yourself. Forward-thinking individuals from all walks of life, are choosing to incorporate holistic mindfulness skills into their lives. They have chosen to rethink their life from "busy-ness" to presence; living right here, right now, in this moment, and choosing to think and live differently from the mindless masses we have become.
There is a Mindful Revolution at hand and you deserve to be part of it! Start by committing to daily meditation and go from there. There are dozens of types of meditation, you just need to find the one that works best for you. You must decide to take care of your spiritual health by learning to tune in to your intuition, to focus on the present, and to release the judgments of the outside world on your life.
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THE MINISTRY OF MIND, BODY AND SPIRIT
I am a practitioner, teacher, student an dminister of Mindfulness. The practice of being connected in the present. I teach the health and wellness that is associated with this practice.
When we tocuh every part of our selves mindfully we can make peace with all that is happening. We are bombarded daily with information, conflicting ideas, and fears, what is imporatant for us to do is to look deeply and truly discover what os going on in our life. We need to practice the art of perspective, being able to tune out the noise that really doesn't matter and tune in to what really does.
When there are battles going on inside of us, it won't be long before we bring those battles to others, even to those we love. The messages we see and watch daily; violence, hatred, discrimination, and fear of others, water the seeds of those things in us.
When we practice being mindful, we can go back to ourselves and touch the our feelings, then we can determine which seeds we really want to water and have grow in us. With the focus of mindfulness we can calm things down, understand them, and bring harmony rather han conflict back to the elements insode of us.
If we can learn to touch and water the seeds of joy, peace, happiness, and love that are already there we will become healthy and strong. In our practice we become a beacon of hope for others becuase we offer the gift of real presence to them. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will be touched deeply by our authenticity.
Mindfulness is filled with understanding and compassion because we disconnect from the judgments, prejudices, and negativity that surrounds us. When we are truly present we can show our loving-kindess and understanding to those we care for.
When you practice mindfulness you have love and understanding, you see more deeply, and yu can heal the wounds in your own mind. I use my expereince to teach the power of meditation. While there are many types of meditation and if you ask fourdifferent meditation instuctors the names of meditation you'll get four different names for each. But this list generally sums up the types I focus on:
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