Mindfulness and Meditation

Mindfulness exercise
What follows is a personal brief journey with mindfulness and meditation that I hope you will enjoy.
Ann

14 Comments on “Mindfulness and Meditation”

  1. Mindfulness is a phenomenon that hasn’t received widespread recognition as opposed to meditation. People who are so logical about life with considering its spiritual aspect tend to think there’s no way universal intelligence can be transferred through flow of energy. This I think would gain more ground due to advocacy in the coming years.

  2. What a remarkable journey of letting go of your false persona and staying present enough through your meditative practive to discover your authentic self so you could locate and share it with someone special.  Once achieved it may seem that is just the way it is, but looking back the inner and outer transformation is stunning.

    Journaling is definitely a wise endeavor prior to any meditative practice.  I have always found it worthwhile.  Discovering the silence is a most gratifying experience.

    Through presence and observation we are able to let go of past/future thoughts and reside in the Present Moment where our Power resides.  In fact, that is the only moment we have ever experienced.

    Breaking free from the illusion of time is truly wonderful.   And as you mentioned our state of mindfulness is actually our natural state to which we are returning through our meditative practices.  Thanks so much for this heart-felt article which is so very helpful.

    1. Thank you Joseph for your beautiful comments, I appreciat that you took the time to respond to my post. what you have to share is oh so very much on point, stay in peace and be blessed, ann

  3. Thank you Ann for this article on mindfulness and meditation, you highlighted that developed bad habits in time past has been an obstacle for people to engage in mindfulness and meditation, I totally agree. Some people are still stalk in the past due to the bad experiences they have had which had damaged their mindset and cognition and thus unable to live above their trauma. I will share this post to encourage others to see the usefulness of mindfulness and meditation.

  4. Hi,

     Thank you very much for sharing with us such an important blog. If I did not read this blog I can not find the details about “Mindfulness and meditation”. This blog will be very helpful who want to sound mind in a sound body. The most interesting thing I just learn from here is if we can do this for 5 to 10 minutes then we are rapidly on our way to mindfulness and clarity. I will definitely share this blog with my friends.

    1. Thank you so much seofarhan I appreciate your comments and glad you liked the article, stay blessed and yes if you could share that would be super wonderful too, again, thank you so much for stopping by and appreciating what I have to say, ann

  5. Hi Ann, Love your post and I relate to your explanation of how to meditate. Ticks all my boxes. As you would have realised I too, meditate albeit not a daily practice. It is a wonderful moment when we reconnect with our intuition and higher self. Thank you for sharing journey with us. Cheers

    1. Thank you for taking the time to respond Jill, i am glad you too see benefits in meditation, please practice dome more,peace and love snn

  6. Thank you so much for sharing this article. I am very much on a journey to better health and one of the things I am aware of for it’s healing benefits but have yet to practice is meditation. I do practice mindfulness in my day to day life – I do well to let stress and thoughts fade away to become more at peace with myself and my surroundings. But I have yet to practice the act of meditating itself. This article helped enlighten me on the matter because I for some reason had it in my head it was much more difficult than it actually is. For some reason I had the idea I needed to be ‘blank minded’ and almost on another plane lol. This gives me excitement and confidence to start immediately! No better time than the present, right? Thank you again for sharing! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for sharing sherry, indeed meditation is not one of the easiest things to master as it is not practiced behaviour as it should have been when we were in our young school ages. It is never too late to learn though and the benefits are tremendous, ann

  7. I’ve never thought about writing down what is in my mind before sitting, that is a great idea and so glad I came across this article to read that. I’ve never taken proper meditation courses and everything I’ve learned about has been through books. You are so correct about the Ego as well, as the old saying goes “your Ego is not your Amigo”. As far as meditation I’m still learning slowly but surely and has helped tremendously gaining more mental clarity in my everyday life. Thank you and I’ll be sure to come back for some more helpful tips.

    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond to my post. Your ego is not your amigo, i love that. I also love that you are learning to meditate. Please keep up the great work, i am convinced that if we all did mind flossing we would all get along more peaceably than current. Peace, ann

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