What Is Mindfulness?
The Greater Good Science Centre at UC Berkeley says;
“Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens.”
Being mindful means we purposefully bring our awareness to the present moment, noticing our internal and eternal experience with an attitude of non-judgement and compassion.
Purposefully bringing your awareness to the present moment with kindness and curiosity.
Online Mindfulness Resources
WORRY BALLOON (CHILD)
This practice is great for letting go of worries and focusing your attention somewhere else. Practice once a day or whenever you feel worried to help you manage your worries.
COUNT YOUR BREATHS (CHILD)
Train your attention with compassion, perseverance and kindness. Learning to persevere with a kind attitude, noticing the way you speak to yourself, and training your attention for a longer time.
COBRA POSE (CHILD)
Learn to practice cobra pose properly and breath with each movement. This practice is good for synchronizing your breathing with your body movement.