Mindfulness has been proven to increase happiness and well-being, improve emotional regulation and cognitive focus. As well, mindfulness has been proven to be a wonderful therapeutic approach to dealing with anxiety and other mood disorders.
These emotional distractions are exhausting us by consuming time and energy we could have spent enjoying life.
By introducing these exercises into your thought processes, you should be able to minimize the suffering that anxiety creates for you.
Do you find worry, fear or dread occupying your consciousness as you create simulation of your own future?
How often does frustration, disappointment, resentment or anger towards someone distract you from enjoying the moment?
How often do burdensome thoughts and feelings resulting from mistakes you may have made in the past occupy your mind?
Finding yourself ruminating in regret, remorse, guilt or even shame. What about feeling a lack of confidence, positivity, security and optimism when having to make decisions?
If you struggle with choice, to make decisions, these exercises will help you become more aware of the distractions that lead to this ambivalence. Strengthening your emotional muscle, by providing you some simple tools of mindfulness to overcome such burdens.
Eventually, with some work, these exercises will make you more mindful of the only moment of life you can enjoy, the present one.
With minimal effort, these exercises can be added to your day. They are acknowledgement exercises that will help you become more mindful of who it is you desire to be. You want to be joyful, remind yourself of what makes you joyful!
These exercises will help you become more aware of what you are doing, feeling and thinking in every moment. This will dramatically improve your well-being, by helping you access the inherent tools that have been provided to you at birth, allowing you to be present and make good decisions.
By practicing these exercises, you will be giving yourself the greatest opportunity to achieve self-awareness. Not only aware of what it is you are doing, feelings and thinking, but as well, aware of how, what you are doing, feeling and thinking impacts others.
When not distracted by anxiety, you will be able to reach not only what it is you are capable of intellectually, but intuitively as well. Providing you access to the knowledge that permits you to have not only what it is you need and want, but what it is you desire as well.
Mindfulness can help you focus your attentive effort upon being emotionally responsible to yourself and others, resulting in significantly more joyful relationships. What follows are some examples of mindfulness exercises that can be applied into a practice.
A practice that you can expand upon later at your own rate. It is imperative that you become more aware of who it is you are capable of being, intuitively as well as intellectually. This knowledge is built into our subconscious mind and awaits our awareness. Let’s learn how to experience a more joyful life.