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Spike asked in Social SciencePsychology · 2 months ago

What are people suppose to notice as they do Mindfulness, is it working or not so far?

What are the stuff anyone suppose notice as they do Mindfulness? So they know is it working or not, or natural, it either working or not working. So that even when they don't have any bad or uncomfortable things, situation to face(well what each person would consider in their mind) as giving a try. It is working, not working or natural. So that one know the next time when he or she do have to see someone one like a teacher's office hour, talk to someone at a clinic, ask a store worker or banker, etc... It has already gotten better to a certain point better for that person. He or she don't have too much feeling and hesitation of yes do it, no, just do it even I don't like it(with  a little bit of heart palpitation, body a little tense, etc....). 

Even in daily life, it don't over whelm or feel something. When they do stuff they they have done so many many times like brush teeth make a meal, watch TV, etc..... Some might consider it for no reason, or there is a reason, but they don't know why.  Also is the person doing something wrong or how they go about it wrong. Of course it not just enjoyment or fun stuff like playing a video game, watching TV, going window shopping, hanging out with friend(s), etc.... One can't kind of don't care or be like even listening to music.


What about when Buddhism and meditation are not put into the talk about Mindfulness. Still how ill a person know it is working for him or her. No matter how slow or kind of fast. That they know they might be able to face situation, when it happen. Unlike in the past. Like talking to someone at a clinic about a new doctor, since you current has left a so many months ago, and other situations and stuff.

1 Answer

  • 2 months ago

    Mindfulness is a technique you can learn which involves making a special effort to notice what's happening in the present moment (in your mind, body and surroundings) – without judging anything. It has roots in Buddhism and meditation, but you don't have to be spiritual, or have any particular beliefs, to try it.

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