What is Mindfulness? Simple answers, profound meaning.
The Bottom Line
If the word “mindfulness” still doesn’t resonate with you, don’t panic. There are tons of other words and phrases you can use to help stay calm and present. Some of my favorite alternatives: being “centered,” “grounded,” or acting from my “gut” or “heart” instead of my head.
Or just forget the semantics completely and focus on taking deep breaths anytime you feel angry, fearful, or upset. At the most basic level, being more present in your body and less caught up in narratives in your head is what mindfulness is truly all about.
Brett Larkin teaches vinyasa flow yoga at top San Francisco studios and on her YouTube channel, where thousands of students have studied with her for more than 5 million minutes.
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