Written by Savannah Riese, Corporate Content Writer, Branding & Creative Services
According to Psychology Today, mindfulness is “the self-regulation of attention with an attitude of curiosity, openness, and acceptance.”
If that sounds vague, it’s because mindfulness doesn’t have just one definition—the same way it doesn’t have just one correct form of practice. The practice of mindfulness that many people discuss today is the result of an evolution of practices from Hinduism and Buddhism to yoga to non-religious meditation. People have been practicing mindfulness for thousands of years.
Mindfulness has been proven to reduce stress, depression, anxiety, and PTSD; improve sleeping habits and mood, reduce memory loss, and so much more.
You can practice mindfulness through: