mindfulness


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the trait of staying aware of (paying close attention to) your responsibilities

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At first glance, this appears to be a good thing: trauma creates stress, and mindfulness is a proven tool for reducing it.
Research shows that mindfulness improves concentration, inspires creativity and energizes our interactions with others.
No capitulo segundo, Evaluacion del Mindfulness, de Joaquim Soler, o autor afirma que nos ultimos 30 anos o mindfulness tem se introduzido na psicologia cientifica moderna, como se fosse um dado obvio, mas nao especifica em que paises.
In short, mindfulness involves focusing one's attention (Rempel, 2012) and is believed to have originated some two and a half thousand years ago from the religious traditions of Buddhism (Tilahun & Vezzuto, 2014).
The research, published in the journal Mindfulness, suggests that a yoga session or mindfulness meditation of 25 minutes a day may help boost the brain's executive functions.
Mindfulness, which aims to increase a person's awareness and acceptance of daily experiences, is currently used in a variety of healthcare settings as a potentially effective skill for stress reduction, emotion, affect and attention regulation.
In 20 years of teaching mindfulness programs, we've heard many comments on the positive impact of mindfulness practice.
Mindfulness meditation is a practice that uses both the mind and body to achieve calmness, focus and relaxation.
Mindfulness Classroom Implementation: A Pilot Study with University Students
But perhaps the sector of the population that can most benefit from this wonderful practice is the people of the future… and that's why Natalie Zannettou is focusing on teaching mindfulness to kids.
Objective: To find out the relationship between mindfulness and bullying behaviour among school children in Pakistan.
We may live in a culture of distraction, but mindfulness has captured our attention.
LEADING experts from the field of mindfulness have been lined up to speak at an international event taking place in Coventry this autumn.
In this follow-up to last month's column on mindfulness, in which the evidence base makes a compelling argument for incorporating mindfulness into our list of healthy practices for youth brain development, the challenge of implementing mindfulness "prescriptions" in practice is considered in more depth.
A growing number of researchers have suggested that greater mindfulness helps promote people's well-being (de Frias & Whyne, 2015).