The Practice Of Mindfulness- We All Need It

‘Mindfulness’ a word that we’ve all heard before, but what is the practice of mindfulness? Today I wish to share one of the best mindfulness books I’ve come across, and help with  mindfulness for beginners. In all honesty personally with all that’s going on in the world at the time of writing this article, with Covid-19 and everyone’s life upside down, I feel it’s divine timing to write about this. Yesterday, I wrote about the law of attraction and the art of manifestation.

What Is The Practice Of Mindful Meditation?

The practice of mindfulness in my own experience, understanding and experience the practice of mindful meditation it is about clearing the  mind, but also reducing stress and being ‘mindful’ of our thoughts. This can help greatly with achieving  goals as well! Focusing on what’s important in the here and now.

Why Is Being Mindful Of Thoughts Important?

Well, we become what we think! In a nutshell, so if we are stressed, worried, and not conscious of the need to reduce stress we become just that=stress balls!  But what are the benefits of mindful meditation? The  list is endless friends, as  Alfred James the best selling author discusses in his book Mindfulness Exercises he states that, ‘Mindfulness exercises offer us respite from our relentless doing, not just in action, but in mentally evaluating, grasping and desiring to be elsewhere experiencing something other than the present moment.’ Therefore, if we are feeling stressed, worried etc the practice of mindfulness meditation, or even simple exercises can greatly benefit us mentally, physically and emotionally which can help us to experience something other than the present= the stress or whatever is going on.

Mindfulness For Beginners?

If you’re a beginner there really is no need to worry, for mindfulness for beginners I recommend this great book as a starting point. Even if you’re not a mindfulness for beginner there’s a wealth of benefits here! The starting point for mindfulness for beginners is to start small, daily and this e-book Mindfulness Exercises by Alfred James could really help you along with your journey. This is a sixty-one paged book for just $8.99. Plus free mindfulness audio meditation.Your purchase is covered by a 60-day money back guarantee.

Experience the miracle of mindfulness with this wonderful book by best-selling author Alfred James. Click the cover and dive in!  There’s also a free mindfulness audio meditation too! When you buy the book, you’ll also receive two 30-minute mindfulness meditation mp3s: ‘Spiritual Consciousness’ and ‘Mindfulness Meditation’ ($19.98 value).Your purchase is covered by a 60-day money back guarantee.

Each exercise in the book starts with an overview of the subject matter and its relevance to everyday life, followed by step-by-step instructions for completing the exercise, and ending with a summary of the associated benefits of regular practice.

Chapter 1. Self-Awareness – Watching the Breath of Life

Chapter 2. Freeing the Mind – Expelling Negativity

Chapter 3. Being Present – Pacing the Square of Reality

Chapter 4. Releasing Attachment – Tech-Free for a Day

Chapter 5. Self-Realisation – Life Through the Eyes of an Ant

Chapter 6. Self-Discovery – Entering a Mindful Silence

Chapter 7. Self-Liberation – Freedom in the Wind

Chapter 8. Appreciation (Mindful Eating) – The Raisin of Life

Chapter 9. Understanding the Nature of Mind – Observing Your Thoughts

Chapter 10. Being Here – Letting Go

Click here to read an extract.

Free Gift: Meditation Recordings 

Check Out Mindfulness Exercises and your FREE mindfulness mediation audio here.

Mindfulness Quotes To Keep You Going!

If like me you enjoy some inspiration and humour Alfred James has something for  you! This is for mindfulness for beginners and everyone! Click the cover and dive in.

Just $4.99!

Mindful Musings brings together 24 popular posts from the Pocket Mindfulness blog. These reader favourites comprise a collection of personal experiences and practical tips for stress-free living.

These are two of the best mindfulness books I’ve come across and will do a full review soon! Stay tuned.

Mindfulness Journal, Anyone?

Have you ever considered a mindfulness journal or mindfulness journaling? Nope? You don’t know what you’re missing. I have personally done this myself, it became a daily practice where I would write down my thoughts and feelings for the day, reflect on them and notice any patterns that I was having, then reverse it. A mindfulness journal does not have to take up much time or even be very difficult. You can use a nice fancy notebook if you wish ( like I do) or write a blog, on a computer or any old scrap paper and compile  your notes together.

The benefits of mindfulness journaling or starting a mindfulness journal are amazing. When we write, we take the time to think about what we wish to say, it forces us to slow down, really be honest with ourselves, stop stressing or moving at a million miles an hour. If you’re like me this fast-pace life is a daily thing.  It’s really helps to release the stress and slow down. I’d recommend that you start today, start a mindfulness journal along with reading a mindfulness book such as Alfred James’ Mindfulness Exercises,  along with the mindfulness audio you get free with the mindfulness book and, even practice the exercises as part of your daily or weekly mindfulness journal.

But I’m Not A Writer ?!…. Okay, Cool, Here’s A Mindfulness Audio Meditation For You! Seven Minuit Mindfulness

With 7 Minute Mindfulness, all you need to do is press play.

Let the audios sink you into a deep relaxation like you’ve never known before.

You’ll be guided away from the thought processes of your day. You’ll release the tension from your muscles and the thoughts from your mind.

Different tensions are connected to different parts of our bodies: anger in the jaw, stress in the shoulders and torso, emotions in the hips. You’re going to learn to gently release each.

And the best part is that you don’t need to put in any effort at all.

You don’t need to consciously remember to focus on your thoughts or your breath. You don’t need discipline. Just listen to the music and the words, and they will take care of everything for you.

Each consecutive day you’ll go deeper into relaxation and come out 7 minutes later more refreshed and more prepared to make the most of your day.

You’ll be training your body to be more relaxed, and automatically training your mind to be more mindful.

The Seven Minute Mindfulness, mindfulness audio meditation is by  I’m Greg Thurston. He states that this mindfulness audio meditation can…

In just 7 minutes YOU CAN…

  • Release stress
  • Gain emotional strength
  • Nurture stronger relationships
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  • Be more effective at work and in life
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Check out the Seven Minute Mindfulness, Mindfulness Audio Meditation Here

Overall the miracle  of mindfulness can serve us at any point of the day, week and in life. Not just with all that’s happening globally at the moment. Mindfulness Journals are an excellent place to start, along with the resources here to help you on your way. They are excellent value, especially with the chance to grab a free  mindfulness medication audio by Alfred James along with his book. And if you’re not a reader, writer or pushed for time, I’m sure you can find seven minutes out of your day to plug in your earphones and be ‘mindful’.

Do let me know your experience and views on mindfulness journals, mindfulness meditation and if it has or has not helped you. what’s your experience?

Love and light!

10 Replies to “The Practice Of Mindfulness- We All Need It”

  1. Oh my God! This blog is to die for lol. Anything spiritual and energy-related I am all for it. And you are so right in your blog given this Covid-19 epidemic a lot of us have lost our way. I at times tend to lose hope in this world and the people that live in it. This blog reminded me we become what we think. At this time we need to become mindful of who and what we are. I just felt calm reading your blog. 

    1. Thank you for stopping by and your feedback, I am so  glad that this short article on the practice of mindfulness has helped in some way just from reading. Stay positive in this time, and take good care of you. Love and light,

  2. Hi, Thank you so very much for your amazing Article on the Practice of Mindfulness. Actually, at this time it is what everyone needs. This is the time to think about things that are profitable and leave the none profitable, clearing your mind and thereby removing stress. This practice is a lifetime thing and I will keep educating people around me. Thanks.

  3. Practice mindfulness has been the most important part of my daily routine. Before, I only use meditation (Vipassana) as a way for me to slow down and start accessing the situation around me. When I am calmer, I start seeing things clearly and stop worrying about something that I have no control of which is COVID-19 but I do have the control of the way that I think and act and also spend this time to invest in myself. So, I have been reading a lot of books and start a new hobby to better myself. 

    I have never read mindfulness exercises before, thank you for sharing, I will ad this to my reading list. Keeping a journal is also useful in my opinion. When you go back and read what you wrote you learn so much about yourself and do not repeat the same mistake. 

    1. Yes exactly what you have said, no repeating mistakes. It’s also  great to hear that this has helped you along your way in life. Thank you for your insight.

  4. Thanks for sharing this article. Mindfulness is a very important thing in spiritual and practical terms. When you are mindful in your everyday life you are more considerate to others, more open to change around you, and more accepting of things you cannot change. Spirituality is a compass to a lost soul and this article shows why.

  5. Practicing mindfulness is definitely a useful tool to have but many fail to do so because we’ve been so conditioned to worry about past and present stressors to the point it becomes natural for us to build a mental block against mindfulness. Not only is this detrimental to our present selves, the added stress is doing our future selves absolutely zero favors. Not something we need to deal with, especially in times like these of great stress. 

    Practicing mindfulness is definitely the key to peace. Sure, we all have our past and future stressors, but we can also choose not to worry about them until it’s in our present moment. In the present, it isn’t time to worry yet and there’s also peace that we’re missing out on.

    1. Yes, that really is key to this remaining in the present point. Life has a way of dragging you all over the place practicing mindfulness will surely help with this and help maintain focus, as well as perspective! Thanks for your experience with this.

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