Nowadays we live in a fast-paced world. Things happen so rapidly that more often that not, we don’t have the opportunity to react to the things thrown at us. We somehow lose the ability to think things over in favor of lightning-quick choices. But it shouldn’t be so. Every one of us needs to slow down a little from time to time and be composed. Otherwise, pressure will develop and will change how we deal with individuals around us, not only in the workplace but also at home.
(A wellness column by Kelly Spencer: writer, life coach, yoga & meditation teacher, holistic healer and a mindful life enthusiast!) “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear….FEAR is a Liar
As with any meditation session, you need to get into a relaxed and comfortable position, eyes closed, and then commence with deep nasal breathing, focusing your ideas on the breathing to calm yourself into a meditative state.
Here are a few much more posts on the topic of mindful meditation
- Review: Mindful Work – Financial Times
- mindfulkids | resources for sharing mindfulness … – WordPress.com
- Meditation: An Introduction – nccam.nih.gov
- Minds Matter: Mindfulness Is the Key to Success – Huffington Post