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|Mindfulness Begin as a Buddhist Tradition|
Mindfulness, for me, can be elusive. How about you?
So, without further adieu, may I present the mindfulness infographic so you, too, can learn its benefits and how it all works:
“Living in the moment” makes it so much easier to think about the concept of “mindfulness.” I have written blog posts about this topic many times to not only remind myself, but to help others practice the discipline. Mindfulness is definitely a work in progress along the path of healing in life after trauma. It is alternative treatment centric, so to speak. When you get good at focusing on being in the moment, keeping the pain of the past at a safe distance is possible. We call this kind of practice, meditation. It is also a good idea to have a partner to help with the right kind of healthy distractions that create a sense of well being in your mind.
Check out another more recent post on this blog on the topic of “living in the moment” and learn more. Your comments and experience on this topic would be most appreciated.