Mind Mindfully

Mind Mindfully is a reminder to be present and aware of yourself, others and your surroundings.

My mission is to help people develop their self-awareness to improve their mental well-being for a better quality of life. I aim to achieve this by writing about my personal experience around mindfulness, meditation and minimalism. The knowledge I have gained so far has encouraged me to be intentional with my time, energy, and attention to live a more meaningful life. I hope that by sharing my thoughts I can leave you with a little inspiration to explore your own thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

To be mindful is to be in tune with life

Attention is what you choose to focus your energy on. Attention rather than time should be our most prized possession.
Recently, I've been listening to Awareness, by Anthony De Mello. Audio books and podcasts are my favourite passtimes, primarily because
The majority of us in the UK are experiencing yet another lockdown. Once again, we are forced to adapt and
I made a vow to myself a little while ago that no matter what, I must look after myself first.
What started as a 30 day challenge, turned into a 10 month hiatus and it changed me for the better.
The recent senseless murders of black people committed by the US police force has caused global outrage. This isn’t something
A few people have been asking me is there a right way to meditate? I’d like to emphasise that there
Mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment. Meditation is a focused period of time observing one’s mind and experience.
If I live my life being mindful, then I am living a fulfilled life, a life with intention, and a
Compassion means to “suffer with” and to suffer means to experience pain, hardship, distress or any other state of unpleasantness.