You might be wondering, “What the heck is mindfulness?” Well, let me break it down for you. Mindfulness is basically a way to look at life from a different angle and deal with any experiences that might be causing you some pain. Because, let’s be real, who wants to suffer, right?

We, humans, are always searching for solutions to our problems and ways to feel better. You know, those times when you ask yourself, “Why don’t I feel better?” or “Is there a pill I can take to make the pain go away?” No one wants to be on medication for their entire life, especially as they age and illnesses arise.

Sometimes, life throws curveballs and we struggle emotionally. Whether it’s not getting what we want, dealing with loss, or facing difficult circumstances, we’re always on the hunt for ways to feel better.

Enter mindfulness, a 2500-year-old tradition from Buddhist psychology. It’s not just something you read about, it’s something you gotta experience for yourself. It’s intuitive and comes from within.


With practice, you’ll become more mindful in your daily life and even find relief from suffering. It’s a personal journey of discovery, helping you become more aware of the present moment, fully appreciate the small things in life, and participate in focused awareness.

The purpose of mindfulness is to reduce unnecessary suffering by becoming more aware of how your mind works and the world around you. By re-training your mind, you’ll also develop qualities like concentration, kindness, effort, and increased alertness.

Now, don’t get me wrong, mindfulness isn’t a magical door to happiness, but it can give you a solid foundation to build upon. By letting go of habits that bring unhappiness, such as anger, envy, and greed, you’ll also be able to let go of harmful behaviors.

Through mindfulness, you’ll find self-acceptance and understanding. Many emotional and behavioral problems arise from trying to avoid discomfort, but with mindfulness, you learn to accept and make changes from a place of awareness.

So there you have it, mindfulness in a nutshell. Give it a try and see how it can bring some peace and positivity into your life!

Be Alive🌱,
❤ Love, Julia

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