What is mindfulness?

What is mindfulness?

A question like, “What is mindfulness?”, is a great place to start. The truth is, like a lot of things, it doesn’t have just one interpretation and definition. It has many different forms.

Different styles have come to life from all parts of the globe throughout various periods in history.

The style that Mindfulness Mnemonics focuses on is called mnemonics.

You can read more about mnemonics here.

Who uses mindfulness?

Everyone.

Everyone uses it in some shape or form. A lot of the time, people just don’t realise that they do. But here are some recognised professions that stereotypically use the concept:

  • Yoga Instructor
  • Counsellor
  • Therapist
  • Life Coach
  • Martial Artists
  • Health and Well-being Officer

And here some some other aspects of culture that are typically associated with it:

  • Buddhism
  • Hinduism
  • Native American Spirituality

What is stereotypically considered to be mindfulness?

One of the best ways to evaluate anything is to put it within the context of stereotypes. By doing that we can establish what the common components of a thing are.

So, things that are stereotypically linked to the subject, which means they pretty much fall into all interpretations of it, include:

  • Controlled breathing
  • Relaxation
  • Visualisation

How can it help me?

It can help people in a variety of ways., but perhaps the best way that it can be used is to help manage things like stress and anxiety.

The Mindfulness Mnemonics approach

Remember, there are lots of different approaches and interpretations to mindfulness and how to achieve it. The Mindfulness Mnemonics approach is to create and share.

Create and share content that can be used to improve health, well being, and performance.

What now?

You can follow Mindfulness Mnemonics on social media to stay up to date with all the content and information that gets produced.

Then you can use it as you best see fit.

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