Everyday Mindfulness MRR Ebook With Audio

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If you are finding that being mindful for 20 minutes at a time is incredibly tough, start with 5-minute practices instead. As you get better, slowly increase the increments until you finally reach 20 minutes. After that, you can try to be mindful for longer periods of time if you would like, but you don’t have to.

There is absolutely no shame in approaching mindfulness like this. Even practicing for 5 minutes will be more beneficial than doing nothing at all, and it is teaching you mental endurance to practice mindfulness for longer periods of time.

2. Incorporate Mindfulness Into Your Daily Routine

Let’s face it. Many of us simply do not have enough time in the day to finish work, eat, communicate with loved ones and family, and be mindful. It seems that the modern world is constantly filled with never-ending tasks and to-do lists.

If this sounds like you, try to incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine. This can include your morning routine, commute to work, or anything else that you do on a daily basis. Doing so will allow you to maximize your time in a way that is efficient and healthy.

If you’re unsure how to incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine, here are a couple of ideas:

● Morning Routine: Almost everyone, whether it is intentional or unintentional, has a morning routine. Yours may be reading the newspaper, drinking coffee, or preparing a nice breakfast. Find little ways to be mindful and present in the moment throughout this routine. It will allow you to practice your mindfulness and set a relaxing and healthy tone for the day.

● Commute: Most people spend at least 30 minutes in their car a day, and that time is often filled with mindless wandering. Use your commute time to become mindful and relax your brain. It is a great time to focus on your feelings and thoughts without taking up any extra time from your day.

● Shower: A lot of people think about their past and future while they’re taking a shower. Instead of ruminating, be mindful and present while you take a shower. Your shower is a great time to get in touch with your senses and think about your feelings in a relaxing setting.

● Waiting in Line: Some days, it seems that all we’re doing is waiting in line: waiting in line for coffee, waiting in line at the store, waiting in line to speak to your boss. Make the most of this waiting time by being present and mindful while in line.

● Before Bed: Help yourself fall asleep easier by spending a simple 5 minutes before bed being mindful. You may want to do this after you’ve already put on your pajamas and tucked yourself into bed. Simply close your eyes and be mindful before falling asleep. You can do this either in your head or write it out in a journal.

Any of these ideas will be easy and efficient ways to incorporate mindfulness into your routine.

3. Set Aside Time Every Day to Practice Mindfulness

If you want to see the true and full benefits of mindfulness, then you have to set aside time every single day to practice mindfulness. Being mindful for long periods of time on a daily basis is the best way to rejuvenate your life and feel more satisfied with it.

The easiest way to start practicing mindfulness is to set aside the same block of time every single day for mindfulness. The morning may be the best time to do this since you are not already worn out, and it will set a great tone for the rest of the day. Most people agree that the morning is the best time for their mindfulness practice.

For example, some people like to get to work early and spend the first 20 minutes in their office practicing mindfulness. This often helps people relax for the day and feel more level headed in the workplace. As a result, they feel that they perform better and more reasonably.

The block of time that you set aside should be a minimum of 20 minutes long. If you have extra time, feel free to make it longer, but don’t push yourself too hard.
Once you know what time you want to practice your mindfulness, set a reminder in your phone, an app, or a calendar.

Setting it in your phone will be especially helpful because you will get a notification in advance, allowing you to be reminded and held accountable for practicing your mindfulness.

Once you decide on what time you want to commit to mindfulness, the hard part is over. Practicing mindfulness is relatively easy because it requires no props or excessive space. Simply sit down, close your eyes, breathe, and be in the moment.

As you are sitting, make sure that you have correct posture. You may want to try sitting in a chair or sitting against a wall to make sure that your back is completely straight. You may also want to grab a blanket or pillow if you want maximum comfortability, but that is completely up to you.

As you’re practicing, thoughts will come into your mind. Try your best to let them come to a natural end and bring yourself back to the moment. You may want to try focusing on your breath. Pay attention to how the air feels when it comes in your nose, fills your lungs, and goes out your mouth.

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- Year Released/Circulated: 2022
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