Mindfulness has been practiced for many thousands of years in the East. Recently embraced by Western science and psychology, mindfulness can be defined as paying attention to present moment experiences with openness, curiosity and a willingness to be with what is.
When we’re able to do this we stand to benefit both physically and psychologically. As well as reducing stress, anxiety and depression, scientific studies show that mindfulness is associated with improved immune functioning, lowered blood pressure, reduced chronic pain, muscle tension and headache, plus lowered cholesterol and blood cortisol levels.
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