Today’s presentation from The Resilience Project is all about Mindfulness, our ability to be present at any given moment. We practice this by using intentional awareness and concentrating on what you are doing when you are doing it.
Thousands of studies into Mindfulness indicate that with regular practice, Mindfulness can lead to benefits such as:
- reduced stress
- reduced rumination
- increased memory
- increased cognitive function
- physical health benefits through improved immunity
View Part 4 of the series here:
Part 4 – Mindfulness: https://theresilienceproject.com.au/2023-parent-carer-hub-inspire-martin/
Mindfulness can be practiced through meditation, yoga, flow-states and daily activities such as cooking.
Source: UC Berkeley, Greater Good Science,American Psychological Association
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