Mindfulness originated in Buddhism and as such it’s part of a much wider set of beliefs. In recent years the concept has moved across from the religious context and become a secular concept as more people have become interested in it and appreciated it’s value in our hectic world.
Martha Langley, author of Mindfulness Made Easy, says Mindfulness is a way of learning to live with yourself and the world you find yourself in.
What does it mean to be mindful?
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Worrying is something most of us experience from time to time. It is natural for example, to worry about things that are uncertain, may be important to us or might test our ability. Sometimes though we can let worry get out of hand; it can become overwhelming and, if not managed, can turn into anxiety and panic. Anxiety affects 15% of the population and anyone who has lived with anxiety will know it is a difficult thing to manage.
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