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Meditation and mindfulness in busy world

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We live in hectic, and stressful times. And even attempting to set out 15 minutes for yourself to practise meditation or mindfulness might feel daunting, if not impossible. It takes time and determination to practise everyday, but it is feasible. Whenever our day provides us with the opportunity, just keep in mind to be patient and to make it a regular part of your routine. Set your purpose to stay in the present moment everyday.

Daily meditation is a valuable technique for stress management and health improvement. However, applying present-moment awareness to all of your regular actions is essential.

Look for mindfulness opportunities

Identify chances for mindfulness practise throughout the day. Consider these examples:
Concentrate on one activity at a time. According to studies, multitasking does not work and really makes us more agitated and less focused. Instead, incorporate moment-to-moment mindfulness into your daily tasks. Give your undivided attention to each endeavour, whether you’re working, driving, or cooking.

Pay close attention

Actively and carefully listen to your coworkers, family members, and friends. Powerful ties and extensive community networks are beneficial to both the body and the soul. Pay attention to your breathing as well as the sights and noises around you.

Take time to appreciate nature

Take in nature’s magnificence by using your senses while walking notice the sights, scents, and sounds around you. Being thankful is important for your health. According to research, a grateful attitude is related with improved mood, better sleep, reduced tiredness, and lower levels of inflammation.


If you have ideas or fears, write them down and then return to the present moment. You may teach yourself to concentrate on the current moment.

You become conscious of what is happening on inside and outside of you, your thoughts, feelings, sensations, and surroundings. You see these instances objectively. Mindfulness is the term for this.

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Archana Bijo

The author is a postgraduate in Mass Communication and Journalism from Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru. Her interests range from Photojournalism, Media Research, Documentaries, Communication Studies, Film Studies, Radio Journalism, Women Studies, Advertisement Studies with keen interest in writing on varied topics and articles relating to photography, festivals, moments of life, and travel.

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