Uraiwan Pinthong (MA)
Researcher Science of Mindfulness
What is Mindfulness Meditation (MM)
Mindfulness Meditation is based on a sitting technique believed to help steady the mind and cultivate the ability for stress free awareness in which conscious attention passes instantly and naturally among the changing fundamentals of experience. It is a way of paying attention, building concentration and awareness of everything happening around you. Meditation is a central aspect of Eastern spiritual practice to achieve increased empathy, compassion, loving kindness and insight wisdom by bringing one's complete attention to the present experience on a moment-to-moment basis. Within the context of western thought, mindfulness has come to be defined as a science for relaxation to reduce stress, anxiety, and their associated health consequences.
What are the benefits of learning and practicing mindfulness meditation?
The benefits from practicing regular mindfulness meditation is gaining the ability to comprehend objects clearly to help build concentration on all tasks, as well as creating a life filled with well-being growing closer to the natural self with reduced negative emotion such as anxiety, stress, anxiousness, being overwhelmed and frustration. Additionally, it helps to increase positive thoughts such as confidence, deciding what is right or wrong, cultivating memory and increased positive emotions such as empathy, compassion, and loving kindness.
Mindfulness Meditation for Beginner
Mindfulness Meditation for Novice
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Mindfulness Meditation for Advance
9 Days meditation practice noble silence, no writing, reading, watching and exercising.
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