There’s no doubt you’ve heard the buzz about mindfulness. From CEOs of major corporations to Joe on the treadmill next to you at the gym, people are talking about the benefits.
Mindfulness brings peace, a feeling of self-control and being overall more centered. It helps with productivity and focus and can deliver you a sense of being actively in the driver’s seat of your own life. These benefits all sounds great, but you may be wondering where to start. For something as life-changing as this, it must be complicated, right? Wrong.
Mindfulness, as powerful as it is, is actually quite simple. It’s all about being present – being aware. Doing something mindfully means you fully experience the activity – hear it, see it, touch it, even smell it. You notice the details and are focused on your one task. No matter how much your mind wants to wander to your social media notifications or that evening’s dinner plans, you remain steadfast on that one, current experience.
So we’ve simplified the explanation a bit for you, but the first step toward practicing mindfulness may still be a little unclear. One way to begin is by choosing one goal or problem you are facing. Perhaps you would like to learn to live more positively or maybe you want to focus more on your professional goals. Choose a topic and peruse our mindfulness worksheets.
Each free worksheet will lead you through exercises to incorporate mindfulness into your life and focus the benefits on your particular need or goal. From managing a busy schedule to tuning in to your own intuition, these worksheets allow you to dive confidently into a practice of mindfulness.
For more information on mindfulness, contact us. These worksheets are just the beginning of the resources available to put the power of mindfulness to work for you.
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Sean Fargo is the Founder of Mindfulness Exercises, a former Buddhist monk of 2 years, a trainer for the mindfulness program born at Google, an Integral Coach from New Ventures West, and an international mindfulness teacher trainer. He can be reached at [email protected]
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