When anger and indignation are around us, non-judgemental reflection is a powerful tool to help us handle the stresses and strains of daily life. Mindfulness is not a new idea. In fact, mindfulness practices have been around for a very long time. Several traditions have studied and taught mindfulness over the millennia. By learning to know our own minds, we can train them and then free them from non-beneficial and harmful ways of thinking to achieve true inner peace.
Practicing mindfulness has been associated with numerous benefits, including improved memory, lower anxiety, enhanced attention, reduced stress and even pain relief.
Mindfulness-based therapeutic interventions are a more structured way of addressing mental health issues.
Whether it’s a clinically diagnosed mental illness or finding your peace and purpose in life, mindfulness can help you.