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How Can I Be More Mindful by Thomas Safrin

Mindfulness is a topic that has been gaining more and more attention in recent years. It's easy to understand why: with our fast-paced lives, it's becoming increasingly difficult to stay focused and present at the moment. However, being present is important for our mental health and overall well-being. In this blog post, we'll discuss a simple technique for cultivating mindfulness: focusing on your breath.

Oftentimes, our minds wander even when we're physically present somewhere. Maybe you're conversing with a friend and your mind starts thinking about your to-do list or something else entirely. This is where focusing on your breath can come in handy. Take a moment and focus solely on your breath. Don't think about anything else. Just breathe in and out.

By focusing on your breath, you'll bring your mind back to the present moment. It's a simple yet effective way to cultivate mindfulness. Once you get the hang of it, you can start adding on the V.A.K principle. This involves visualizing, hearing, and feeling certain things as you breathe in and out.

For example, you could visualize yourself breathing in a specific color and breathing out a different color. Or, you could visualize breathing in God's purpose in your life and breathing out the negativity of the world. Whatever works for you. The important thing is to focus solely on your breath and be present in the moment.

Additionally, you can focus on the auditory aspect of your breath. Listen to yourself breathe in and out. This can help you stay focused on the present moment.

Finally, you can focus on the kinesthetic aspect of your breath. Feel the temperature of the air as it enters your nostrils and goes down your throat. Visualize the oxygen going down into your lungs and the oxygenated blood travelling throughout your body. This can help you feel more connected to your body and the present moment.

Overall, focusing on your breath is a simple yet powerful technique for cultivating mindfulness. By being present at the moment, you can reduce stress, improve your mental health, and increase your overall well-being. So the next time your mind wanders, take a deep breath and focus solely on your breath. You might be surprised at how much of a difference it can make.

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