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Mindfulness or conscious presence is an approach to life. It means that you are aware of the present, permissive towards yourself, are curious, accepting. You do not value or judge anything by yourself or others. Does it feel difficult? Start by being neutral to events, yourself and others. When you feel that you have the ability not to react automatically to what is happening around you, you have reached a form of acceptance around yourself and others. Gradually you will be able to live more consciously.  


Mindfulness has its origins in Zen Buddhism and is an education in your human consciousness. When you can observe yourself, your thoughts, feelings, you gain a deeper knowledge of yourself. This means that you will make more wise and active choices, understand your reactions and see patterns. An increased awareness of how you function gives you the opportunity to create change, reduce your stress, harmonize body, mind, breathing and tone yourself.  


When you start practicing conscious presence, you will encounter both negative and positive thoughts, feelings and memories. This can feel both scary and difficult. If you feel that you are not able to handle this yourself, you should seek professional help. Thoughts are only mental constructions that affect your body physiologically. The brain cannot tell if it is a thought or if it exists in reality, which means that you get the same bodily reactions from both. Start by focusing on things that make you feel good, look for positive things and events in your life to teach your brain to pay attention to pleasurable substances in life.  


One method is that instead of reacting automatically to a situation, you stop. Observes what is happening. Accepts what happened. An acceptance is not the same as liking what happened. Without more that you leave it as it is without making any change if it is not needed. The last step is to let go of what you were through and move on. By using the method, you get a different perspective on different situations in your life, it gives you control over your reactions, the ability to face the pain through acceptance. Conscious presence is good for stress, anxiety, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, burnout, headaches and more. It increases energy levels, gives the ability to value what is important and creates meaning in your life.

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