Second Week of Mindfulness

So, Are You Feeling More Mindful This Week?

Where do you fall on this scale?

MIND (is) FULL . . . . MIND (somewhat) FULL . . . . mindful


you can practice mindfulness by
  • Meditating
  • Practicing being present throughout the day
  • The goal is not to quiet your mind, it’s to learn how to live in the moment without judgement, to be aware of what is going on within and around us but not overly reacting to it
  • Tune into your senses, noticing your thoughts and emotions
practicing mindfulness on a daily basis can help you feel
  • Calmer
  • Kinder
  • More Patient
  • More Playful
  • More Enjoyment in Daily Activities
  • Relaxed for a Restful Night’s Sleep

Week 2 mindfulness challenge

Observe how you are feeling as you practice these mindfulness techniques. Have you noticed anything different this past week? Keep a log, or journal, of how you feel every day this week and see if you detect any shifts.

Surprisingly, things were not so chaotic!

Personally, I have observed myself being more playful and patient this week as I practiced mindfulness during periods of the day that can be rather chaotic. Instead of feeling overwhelmed or getting impatient I noticed my thoughts and emotions (didn’t judge it) and chose to be present in a more productive and constructive manner. Surprisingly, things were not so chaotic!

Take Your Mindfulness Journey To The Next Level With This 8 Minute Mindfulness Meditation!

I have expanded the Mindfulness Meditation to 8 minutes and increased the time interval between meditation bells to 2 minutes. You can continue using the short 4 minute Mindfulness Meditation as long as you desire. Once you feel ready to increase the duration and challenge yourself even more, try out this 8 minute meditation. Remember, no judgement. It’s all what feels right for you!

Published by playfulplots

As a mother of 2 young children, Sarah has embraced her passion for playful writing and has become a published Children's Book Author. She believes that the best medium for learning is through play and shares activities that other parents, caregivers and educators can use with their children as well. Sarah also extends her gift of creativity and design to business owners and other aspiring authors with her Marketing & Design services.

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