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From do to being

We humans are often too much in do-mode, but hardly so much in being-mode.


We should preferably be on ...

We should preferably be active ...

We should preferably do something and act ...


Because then we can not just sit and do nothing ... or can we?


If we are constantly busy, then we do not get charged, and over time we risk burning out.


That is why it is important that we think about our lives being in balance.

Most people are constantly focused on shopping or doing, unfortunately most do not spend much time being.

One of the tools that provides great calm and balance is mindfulness.


Mindfulness is in my work with stress-stricken an effective and essential tool, it creates an awareness in the individual that I have not seen similar elsewhere.


Mindfulness is found in almost all Buddhist directions also in yoga.


Mindfulness really just means attention.

An attention that is directed towards what you do while you do it. It is paying attention to what is going on in your head your body and around you.


Mindfulness is about mindfulness and presence


Mindfulness is about creating full awareness and presence in the moment. The positive thing about mindfulness is that we get full attention to what we think, what we feel, what we feel in the body and what we do. The thoughts are with wandering into everyday things, planning, analyzes, worries and assessments. Our emotions control much of our lives, and we do everything other than what we think. Mindfulness allows us to bring our consciousness back to the present - we become present and present in the moment.


When we are not paying attention, we often crash on the autopilot. This means that demands, expectations, thoughts and feelings control our lives, we often feel pressured to the extreme and stressed so that we can lose the joy and spark of life. Mindfulness is a simple and effective method of breaking the negative patterns of action and thought, and instead creating calm in our thoughts and emotions.

Research has shown that the method effectively and sustainably reduces stress and the feeling of being pressured as well as significantly reduces sick leave.


What can prevent the sense of presence are our habitual patterns in thought, behavior, and body. Mindfulness is a simple and effective method that is reasonably easy to go for.

But you should make a wholehearted effort preferably every day - then it works too!


Exercise a little (almost) every day


You train mindfulness by practicing a mindfulness exercise daily.


It does not take much before you feel the effect and value of your mindfulness training.


I would recommend doing a mindfulness exercise 15 minutes 5-6 days a week.


By training in this way, you will already achieve a good and lasting result after a few weeks.


But mindfulness is not just a technique or the exercises themselves.

Mindfulness is an attitude to life and an awareness of attention and presence that you bring with you around everyday life, no matter what you do, whether you are alone or with others.


With the daily training, you learn to pay attention, and you will be able to let go of the autopilot and get back to presence - whenever you want. So you will be able to stop before you act.


Most of us live a busy and perhaps hectic life, that's how it should be. But where the chain jumps off and it often goes wrong is when you are too busy and you can no longer relax and find peace and be present.


So therefore it is important to train a little every day, as it requires practice - and practice makes perfect.


Learning mindfulness requires training through mindfulness exercises and preferably mindfulness meditation.


Research has shown that mindfulness has a major effect on stress, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and depression.

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