The concept of mindfulness is wide and takes into account many aspects of life, improving mind and body. But, do you have any idea about how mindfulness helps?
Well, if you live it in a real paradise, it will be even better…!
Is said that mindfulness is innate, but it can also be cultivated through applied techniques.
Here are some examples:
Seated, walking, standing, and moving meditation (it’s also possible lying down but often leads to sleep);
Short special pauses we insert into our daily routine.
Merging meditation practice with other activities, such as yoga or sports.
Mastering superior breathing.
Where you practice it is also important, even though you can do it at home, at a park or even at the office. It will be excellent if you do it in a natural setting with a fresh and clean breeze.
It´s full of benefits…
It enhances your ability to deal with everyday situations.
By giving you a number of benefits.
We all struggle with work, family, school, and much more.
Sometimes we need a break to start again and remain focus to be productive.
No more stress…
Mindfulness has been taken as a key element to fighting against stress.
Mindfulness helps but, it´s necessary a full stress reduction program, sometimes we only try to breathe a little and take a break, but you can´t imagine how positive is to have a guide.
After decades and thousands of practitioners, it´s been proved that mindfulness helps ally works.
In addition to several outcomes, there have been numerous studies supporting the idea that mindfulness reduces stress.
One study on present-moment awareness found that it eases an adaptive response to daily stressors (Donald, Atkins, Parker, Christie, & Ryan, 2016).
This means that you´ll know how to act and answer back any circumstances.
Another study by Donald and Atkins (2016) found evidence that mindfulness helps to produce less avoidance and more approach coping as a response to stress than relaxation or self-affirmation controls.
Mindfulness helps to control your emotions better.
Mindfulness helps to control physical pains
Mindfulness helps you if are injured to control pain and recover better, especially if you practice a sport.
Thus, one of the most studied groups in terms of the impacts of mindfulness is cancer patients or others who are suffering from a chronic illness.
Mindfulness reduces pain and makes it more manageable.
It also relieves fatigue and exhaustion.
Mindfulness helps to reduce muscles and back pain after any physical activity.
Another important study around breast cancer survivors has shown that women who practiced mindfulness were more likely to improve their life quality.
Mindfulness helps them to increase self-kindness, decrease rumination, and decrease stress (Boyle, Stanton, Ganz, Crespi, & Bower, 2017).
Mindfulness, yoga, and meditation help to also decrease apprehension and ease post-traumatic growth in breast cancer survivors, it highly increases vigor and spirituality.
Anyone can do it…
You don’t need special requirements to practice mindfulness, it cultivates positive human qualities.
It can even become a way of living.
Mindfulness is not only a mental exercise
Sometimes we think it is only about positive thinking or imagining things while we breathe. But it goes beyond.
“It involves taking time to feel where we are and what’s going on, and that starts with being aware of our body”
Feeling every centimeter of our body and using techniques to make it feel better and healthy.
Practice Mindfulness at the beach
Perfect Sunset School is the best place to practice this great art.
Located at the beautiful Playa Hermosa in Santa Teresa Costa Rica, Perfect Sunset School is what you need to fully enjoy the benefits of mindfulness and breathing, while you edify your mind and spirit.
We count on an expert trainer, who will teach you everything you need to know about it.
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