MINDFULNESS ATTITUDINAL FOUNDATIONS: Patience

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There are seven attitudinal foundations of mindfulness described by Jon Kabat-Zinn as the “major pillars of mindfulness practice”. The sixth one is Patience.

PATIENCE: is to work with current just as it is now & understanding that things emerge in their own time. Being impatient or trying to force only brings .

Patience is the calm that things can happen in a different order than the one you have in your mind.”

David G. Allen

Mindfulness is the ability to be fully in the moment. Mindfulness has many benefits for us at work and in personal life, such as increased focus and happiness. The practice can help us reduce stress and .

What it is: Mindfulness can be defined as ‘Non-judgemental, moment to moment awareness’

What it isn’t: Emptying the mind, Achieving Relaxation or Religion.

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Simply put, mindfulness is described as a human’s ability to be completely present and fully aware of where you are and what you’re doing. It involves being able to feel everything and not being overwhelmed by what’s going on around you. 

Mindfulness is an ability that’s inherent to every human being; however, once practiced regularly, you become better at it, and it becomes more accessible to you. 

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