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Mindfulness Tip

I’ve been in London for the past few days and although I enjoy visiting, it always amazes me how fast paced it is. People seem to be rushing everywhere!

It’s a bit like life in general really, people rush to the next thing and rarely stop to “wake up” and be in the present moment.

Slowing down and taking more mindful pauses can help us to be in the moment more which can result in us feeling more content and less rushed in life 😊

 

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Mindfulness Tip

It’s sometimes easy to forget that we can be mindful with almost anything we are doing. For example…mindful walking, driving, brushing our teeth, having a cup of tea. Why not try to bring mindful awareness to what you are doing right now 😊

 

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Mindfulness Tip

How about doing some simple mindful breathing today. You can do this as a formal practice or informally throughout the day.

Notice movements in your body as you breath in and breath out – see where you can tell you are breathing by feeling those subtle movements in your chest, tummy, back.

You may also like to spend a few moments feeling the air entering and leaving your body through your mouth or nose.

We can only breathe in the present moment so give yourself permission and congratulate yourself on spending some time being present today 😊 πŸ‘

 

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Our app is FREE to download. It features a variety of guided practices, stories, FAQs and resources to support your own practice. Enjoy!

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You can also find it in the stores by searching: ‘Present Mind Mindfulness’

Mindfulness Tip

I recently bought a presentΒ  for a friend – a mindfulness mug saying “Live for today” on itΒ  😊

It reminds me of something that was quite profound for me when I first started mindfulness. The present moment is the only thing that is truly “real” – everything else is a thought in our head – a past memory or a future thought. It can be nice to recall old memories or make plans for the future as long as we don’t spend too much time doing this as we are *missing* what’s actually real – the present moment I.e. *now!*

How about spending some time today in the *now* 😊

 

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Our app is FREE to download. It features a variety of guided practices, stories, FAQs and resources to support your own practice. Enjoy!

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You can also find it in the stores by searching: ‘Present Mind Mindfulness’

Mindfulness Tip

I woke up this morning feeling like my head was full of a million things I needed to do today (the usual – washing on, tidying up, shopping, emails, admin and of course some formal mindfulness practice!). I didn’t know where to start and was feeling exhausted just thinking about it! So I decided to do my mindfulness practice first today – realising this was for my physical and emotional health and not wanting to run out of time for it.
Once I’d done some practice (using the Present Mind Mindfulness app of course πŸ˜‰) I felt calmer and as if I had more space in my mind. My “to do” list felt much less daunting and I’m now working through it feeling much more logical and calm 😊

 

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Our app is FREE to download. It features a variety of guided practices, stories, FAQs and resources to support your own practice. Enjoy!

Download for iOS

Download for Android

You can also find it in the stores by searching: ‘Present Mind Mindfulness’