1. Awareness of each moment; paying attention without preconception, judgment, or evaluation.
A form of meditation that was originally developed in the Buddhist traditions of Asia but is practiced today by many, from meditators in monasteries to physicians in stress-reduction clinics. Mindfulness can be defined as awareness of each moment as it occurs and a purposeful attention. Nadis Internal channels or pathways prana uses to flow through the body and through the chakras.
The ability to focus all your attention on one area while staying alert, calm, and relaxed, as you witness your own body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
The ability to be open to new categories and ways of interpreting information and to be aware of more than one perspective.
the trait of staying aware of (paying close attention to) your responsibilities
an open, accepting, non-judgmental awareness
Non-judgmental, undistracted state that is a goal of meditation and involves being aware of oneself and one's surroundings.
Mindfulness or being mindful is being aware of your present moment in a non judgmental way, with acceptance.
A state that is present, neutral of judgment and attuned to one's surroundings.
Mindfulness is the practice whereby a person is intentionally aware of his or her thoughts and actions in the present moment, non-judgmentally. Mindfulness is applied to both bodily actions and the mind's own thoughts and feelings. In Buddhism, the second kind of mindfulness is considered a prerequisite for developing insight and wisdom.