Definition of mindfulness
1 : the quality or state of being mindful
2 : the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened or complete awareness of one's thoughts, emotions, or experiences on a moment-to-moment basis; also : such a state of awareness
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Corporate mindfulness is a trend, but Headspace has not done much to capitalize on it until now.
My forest bathing guide for the day is Nina Smiley, PhD, director of mindfulness programming at Mohonk Mountain House, a Victorian castle resort surrounded by 40,000 acres of woodlands, two hours north of New York City.
The other group was taught mindfulness meditation, which involves paying close attention to breathing and to the present moment.
However hectic life can get, carving out 10 minutes daily to practice mindfulness and self-awareness pays massive dividends in productivity and personal relationships.
Such awareness separates mindful eating from other typical diet fads, which tend to result in yo-yo dieting, said Brewer, who developed a mindfulness eating app Eat Right Now.
There are four metrics the watch uses to track health: activity, mindfulness (e.g., taking deep breaths and other ways to relieve stress), sleep tracking and nutrition.
Living small has come to signal environmental mindfulness and restrained consumerism.
Music, moving and grooving, fun, mindfulness, and creative play keeps your child smiling while creating connection, motivating expression, and building emotional intelligence.
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