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12 Best Mindfulness Exercises

What is Mindfulness?

12 Best Mindfulness Exercises

Paying respect to the elements, experiencing BLUE, I found profound stillness within Sea this morning... 

Paying respect to the elements daily connect with Air BREATHING. There are so many Yoga and Chi Gong exercises that help us learn the magic of breathing.

Connecting with AIR meditating, expanding, connecting with Fire giving respect to Sun, doing Sun Salutation, receiving the blessings at dawn or during sun-sets, connecting with Earth walking bare-foot , meditating with Crystals or paying respect to Gaia cultivating crops are all tools that help us EXPAND.

I stopped to listen to the magic of Water allowing BLUE to teach me expansion. Meditating next to the Sea, or river, or lake, becoming One with Nature, I became One with All. 

Connecting with Spirit through MUSIC we connect to

Perfect stillness within sea in Malta meditate

Perfect stillness within sea in Malta meditate

Mindful Being towards Mindful Living Course by Nataša Nuit Pantović (Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training Book #4) Book Excerpt

We have an extraordinary potential to transform ourselves and tap into our highest potential.

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When we say 'mind' we think of: consciousnessawarenesscognitive thinking, reasoning, perception; but also of: intuitionsubconscious gibberish, or unconscious strata that influences our lives... The state of , our positive or negative attitude towards the world, is closely related to our experiences of happiness or suffering. The nature of mind or the matrix of various patterns that forms around a soul is closely related to the Buddhist concept of karma.

What is mindfulness, power of mind, from Mindful Being by Natasa Pantovic Nuit

Buddhist Meditation & Mindfulness Exercises

is at the heart of the Buddhist Meditation.

The person meditating should be mindful of whatever enters the mind. Silencing the internal dialogue, the meditator observes thoughts, and feelings without labeling them as good or bad.

Mindfulness works with continuous awareness of: the body posture and breath; of the feelings, of the mind (thoughts, intentions, images, etc.), and of the mental objects that appear during the meditation. Through bare attention, we learn to see things as they really are, without judgments and preconceptions.

Mindfulness increases the awareness of the nature of the mind.

Mindfulness confronts us with the constant change and impermanence. The change is in the nature of life and clinging to anything will lead us to suffering. The person meditating develops the freedom to break the hold of habits.

What is mindfulness, Mindful Being Course by Natasa Pantovic Nuit about busy mind

Mindfulness Exercises within Zen Meditation

Zen is a branch of Buddhism with special emphasis on meditation.

Zen meditation, zazen, or sitting starts by focusing the awareness on the breath. During 'sitting' we close down our mental and emotional activity, and through training we develop single-pointed concentration.

While meditating we work on our concentration, the rest of the day we work on mindfulness. Mindfulness is awareness of everything that is happening in the moment.  Mindfulness is a  technique

Zen Mindfulness Exercises

Mindfulness is continuous undisturbed awareness of the present moment.

Fully aware of here, and now – we pay attention to what is happening right in front of us, we set aside our mental and emotional baggage.

To be mindful we have to re-train our mind...

What is mindfulness, Mindful Being Course by Natasa Pantovic Nuit about awareness and present moment

Secrets of Meditation and Mindfulness, Alchemy of Love Video

Self-Remembering and Mindfulness

Mindfulness through

P.D. Ouspensky (a student of G.I. Gurdjieff) would use the term ‘waking up’ out of the ordinary state of human consciousness - gaining presence of mind or ‘self-remembering’.

Self-Remembering is an attempt to be more conscious, and more aware.  It is a form of active  were we work to be aware of ourselves and our environment through self-remembering. 

We eat, walk or talk but we are not aware of our-selves.  If we are aware of ourselves, we are awake.

The essence of the Self-Remembering technique is that while we are doing anything – reading, singing, talking, tasting – we must be aware of the Self who is reading, singing, talking or tasting.  The awareness, the energy, the life is that Self that is present within us.

In self-remembering there will be no thought whatever we are doing.

Walking next to the sea: the sounds are there, the wind is there, we are there with the sun, with the breeze, and with our breath and awareness of our body moving, but without our thoughts.

When eating, when bathing DO remember yourself, and stay as long as you can – remembering.  Only effort is needed - a continuous effort.  Whenever you remember to do it, remember yourself:

Repeated efforts to self-remember lead to higher states of consciousness and an awakened state of being.

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