March is a month of transition, where the days start getting longer and the weather begins to warm up. My mom always said March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. As we move into this new season, it's important to remember to take time for ourselves and create space for mindful moments.
March is the perfect time to practice self-care, set intentions, and embrace all that comes with the new season ahead of us. With mindful practices such as journaling, yoga, meditation and more - we can make sure that we are marching into March with a clear mindset and positive outlook. Let's use this month as an opportunity to be intentional with our actions, so that we can make the most out of every day!
As I’ve mentioned on so many occasions, mindfulness is an important practice to incorporate into our lives. It helps us to focus on the present moment, reduce stress, anxiety and depression (S.A.D), and improve our overall wellbeing.
I know it can be difficult to find the time for long mindfulness sessions. That’s why I have put together some mini mindfulness practices that you can easily fit into your daily routine. These practices are simple yet effective and can help you stay mindful even when life gets busy.
5 Mini Mindfulness Practices
1. Focus on Your Breathing
Focus on your breathing upon awakening each day.
Feel each breath.
After a few minutes, get up and see how long you can be mindful of your grooming activities
2. Practice Emotional Equilibrium.
Find a quiet place and do nothing for 10 minutes.
Let your thoughts wander and observe your thinking
When experiencing anger, turn to patience.
When experiencing sadness, turn to gratitude.
When experiencing jealousy, turn to rejoicing in the happiness of others.
3. Practice Body Awareness
While doing everyday activities, routinely bring attention back to your body.
What is it like to be a body as you walk, brush your teeth, eat your food, go to sleep, type, drive, etc?
Practice body awareness in the shower. Feel the water touching every part of your body. Focus on how it feels.
4. Practice Single Tasking
Reject multitasking and commit your entire being to one task at a time.
Focus on the task at hand and finish what you started before moving on to the next.
See if you can focus on your single task without experiencing negative emotions.
5. Practice Gratitude
Each day before you get out of bed think of 3 things to be grateful for.
Each night before you slumber think of 3 things that happened that day to be grateful for.
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Love, Light & Blessings to you always 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻