Mindfulness Training Exercises

What is Mindfulness?

We have an extraordinary potential to transform ourselves and tap into our highest potential.

When we say 'mind' we think off: consciousness, awareness, cognitive thinking, reasoning, perception; but also of: intuition, subconscious gibberish, or unconscious strata that influences our lives... The state of mind, our positive or negative attitude towards the world, is closely related to our experiences of happiness or suffering. The nature of mind or the matrix of various patterns that forms around a soul is closely related to the Buddhist concept of karma.

How to Exercise Mindfulness

Mindfulness works with continuous awareness of body, breath; feelings, thoughts, intentions, images.  We created a set of Mindfulness Exercises to help you within your Spiritual Journey. 

Buddhist Meditation & Mindfulness Exercises

Mindfulness is at the heart of the Buddhist meditation.

The person meditating should be mindful of whatever enters the mind. Silencing the internal dialogue, the meditator observes thoughts, and feelings without labeling them as good or bad.

Mindfulness works with continuous awareness of: the body posture and breath; of the feelings, of the mind (thoughts, intentions, images, etc.), and of the mental objects that appear during the meditation. Through bare attention, we learn to see things as they really are, without judgments and preconceptions.

Mindfulness increases the awareness of the nature of the mind.

This is a spring of your desire

let Her come out into the Light

in Her best dress

of Divine Intention



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