To learn mindfulness, it is not necessary to take on any new beliefs, adopt a new world view, or accept a new philosophy or religion; mindfulness can be integrated into your daily life exactly as it is. You need not have any background in yoga, meditation, or any other spiritual or contemplative practice; in mindfulness, everyone starts right where they are.
The practice of Mindfulness can benefit anyone who wants to enrich their experience of life, but it
has been found to be particularly helpful to those of us who live with stress, anxiety, depression,
chronic pain and many other long term challenges to life.
Many people have found Mindfulness useful, whether they have used it to help them deal with
recurrent depression or anxiety, or as a tool to improve their mental wellbeing and help them deal
Practicing the art of mindfulness gives us a stronger perception of abundance and joy in every moment. While it's natural to look eagerly to the future when anticipating more pleasurable circumstances, we can miss out on the joy the present moment has to offer us. If we instead learn to engage more deeply with each moment as it arrives, we find ourselves feeling happier and more abundant, even if everything in our lives is not as we wish it to be. Mindfulness allows us to open to the smaller pleasures that exist around us each day, while knowing that still more enjoyable experiences await us in future moments. A focus on mindfulness can ease your impatience and enrich your every experience today.