The Mindfulness Challenge Day 5 – Mindful Walking

This is the final part of the Mindfulness Challenge.  I hope over the course of the week you’ve enjoyed Mindfulness and living Mindfully.  I also hope the space, peace and awareness it has given you as benefited you in all areas of your life.  This challenge has looked at five areas but Mindfulness can be applied to all areas of your life.

Mindful walking is a great way to explore yourself and the world around you.  It allows you to step back from your thoughts or emotions and not only take a break from the day but to step out of the situation entirely.

To walk Mindfully start by taking a deep breath, clear tour mind and then begin to walk slowly.  Look towards the ground as you feel every step in your legs and the sensations experienced by your whole body.  Do this practice for a minimum of two minutes but continue it for as long as you’d like.

Find out more about Mindfulness here.

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Mindful Walking

Love and blessings,

Susan xx

The Mindfulness Challenge Day 4 – Mindful Teeth Brushing

Brushing our teeth bookends our days.  It’s how we start and finish.  Doing this mindfully lets us start and finish the day in a state of awareness and peace.  It is important and refreshingly easy to make time for ourselves when just adapt practices we already to become mindful.

To brush your teeth Mindfully take a deep breath before the practice and clear your mind.  Once you have done this brush your teeth slowly, taking your time and being aware of the sensations it creates.  Don’t engage with any thoughts that appear, just let them pass.

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Mindful Teeth Brushing

Love and blessings,

Susan xx

 

Coming Next Week: The Mindfulness Challenge

Mindfulness is important to me, I try to live my life by it and can tell in my mood and state when I haven’t been.  Mindfulness allows us to be aware of the world around us on a much greater level and to respond to situations rather than react to them.

I extol the virtues of Mindfulness to those I meet in all areas of my life and have decided to bring Mindfulness to as many people as I can by running a small series called The Mindfulness Challenge next week.  I want to show the benefits of Mindfulness and help even more people to find and benefit from it.

I welcome you to take part in this journey and learn more about Mindfulness, or just to enjoy the experience even further if you already have Mindfulness in your life.

Find out more about Mindfulness here.

Love and blessings,

Susan xx

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Minding the Soul