Many people dismiss mindfulness as a new age fad that only hippies practice. The truth is that it’s been around for thousands of years, but western society is only recently waking up to it thanks to countless research studies showing its benefits.
From reducing stress and anxiety to improving health and mental capacities, there isn’t really much that can go wrong by giving it a try.
The problem often encountered is that many of us don’t actually know how to practice it. Thankfully, this infographic breaks it down wonderfully.
Below you’ll find 15 habits that will allow you to cultivate mindfulness into your daily life.
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