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Mindfulness Meditation

I’m sure you’re wondering about all the gaps in posts for the A to Z Challenge. I’ve been a little out of sorts for the last two weeks and haven’t been able to catch up. I hope to fill in the blanks before this week is over. The strange thing is that I’ve got all the drafts written, but something prevents me from publishing them! Crazy, right?

Since Friday, I’ve been attending a three day workshop on Mindfulness and Intentional Living. I’ll soon have a post up on this fantastic experience.

Practising mindfulness helps you to be fully present, here and now. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know that I keep referring to living in the present moment. Easier said than done. I’ve realized that it’s not enough to be ‘sold’ on an idea, one has to put into practice and make it part of daily life.

I just checked my drafts to find that I had this infographic on mindfulness ready to share here and so, it seems fitting to share it today.

Ten Steps To Mindfulness Meditation

 

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You can download this here: https://www.garrisoninstitute.org/images/PDFs/Mindfulness_Meditation.pdf

 

I’m planning to start this and other practices. If I could do this meditation for 5 minutes every day, to start with, I’m sure it’s going to help me put my thoughts in order to face each day.

 

Do you have a mindfulness practice that you follow? Do share.

12 Comments

  1. […] and resources that are just what I need. The Way of the Hammock fits in with my own attempts at practising mindfulness and learning to re-design my life and make more space for calm and […]

  2. […] The past is gone, and I don’t know what’s coming in the future. It’s obvious that if I want my life to be whole, to resonate with feeling and integrity and value and health, there’s only one way I can influence the future: by owning the present. If I can relate to this moment with integrity, and then this moment with integrity, and then this moment with integrity, wakefully, then the sum of that is going to be very different over time, over mind moments that stretch out into what we call a life, than a life that is lived mostly on automatic pilot, where we are reacting and being mechanical and are therefore somewhat numb. Jon Kabat-Zinn […]

  3. Karl Karl April 29, 2015

    Great article and nice infographic.
    I have recently started an 8 week MBSR course. We have to practice quite a lot. Including a 40 min bodyscan in a day is really hard, but try to do my best.

  4. Fab Fab April 21, 2015

    I’ve been thinking a lot about mindfulness recently. After time management, that’s my biggest problem! I hurry through things and by the end of the day, I can’t think of anything that I’ve really stopped and enjoyed. This infographic will be really helpful – pinning!

  5. Roohi Bhatnagar Roohi Bhatnagar April 20, 2015

    I chose the same topic for M, Corinne.we have same wavelength 🙂

  6. G Angela G Angela April 20, 2015

    Nice Post Corinne ! glad to hear from you, I have always loved your post, and meditation is something I enjoy, after vipassana, I learnt sudarshan kriya(from the art of living group) then a year before there was some yoga classes near my residence where they taught ramdev babas.. I do spare 10- 15 minutes for meditation either after a 30 minutes walk or a 30 minute yoga…

    You have presented very well; this practice can also reduce a lot of anxiety and calms the mind.

  7. Clarabelle Rant Clarabelle Rant April 20, 2015

    I was just going down a few more blogs on the list before I called it a night and I’m so HAPPY I found yours! It was providence, because I just posted about meditation for my ‘Q’ post. I’ve copied the 10 steps and I’m planning to use them. It’s been hard to get my practice going. I always fail at step #1 😉

  8. Laurel Regan Laurel Regan April 20, 2015

    Sorry you’ve been out of sorts, Corinne, but glad to see you again. Hope all is well.

  9. Martha Orlando Martha Orlando April 20, 2015

    I will certainly check this check list out, Corinne! Just hang in there and know I, for one, will be happy to read your posts whenever they appear.
    Love and blessings!

  10. Ranveer vishal Ranveer vishal April 19, 2015

    Glad to see you rocking, Corinne. I need to be more serious with mediation and create the right atmosphere. The post is very helpful.

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