What could be more important than learning to be the master of your own mind?
Simply put, mindfulness is the ability to know to what's going on in your head right now, without getting carried away by it. This seemingly simple task can actually be quite difficult, as our minds are inclined to plan, worry, ruminate, replay, wonder, or do just about anything else to distract ourselves from just being in the present moment.
Improving your mindfulness can impact numerous aspects of your life — strengthening attention, emotional regulation, relationships and gratitude — to name a few. The good news is that the latest neuroscience research clearly demonstrates that mindfulness is indeed a skill, one that you can improve through practice.
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