Mindfulness Foundation: Trust your Inner know

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Mindfulness Foundation: Trust your Inner know

To be present in this moment and meditate, it helps if we are relaxed. To relax TRUSTING ourselves and all that is happening around us helps us be calm.

Trust is a important step in shifting our thinking. Not only its important to trust ourselves & others its essential. It doesn't mean it will always be easy and also its doesn't mean that we have to Trust everything we see, hear or have blind Trust. Rather if we let go, accept things as they are - we can then from a place of wisdom, choose who and what to Trust.

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There are Seven attitudinal foundations of mindfulness described by Jon Kabat-Zinn as the “major pillars of mindfulness practice”. The seventh one is TRUST.

We begin by trusting our body, mind, heart and then take it to trusting others.

If we take time to reflect and see that our body is continuously working without us having to control it, we build and acknowledge trust.  If we can trust our body and organs that are working we can then learn to trust ourselves. If we can see that like breath can take care of it self so why does mind or any part of our life have to be different.

This does not mean we cant or should not do anything beyond Trust, but trusting helps be connect with power that we have and be able to choose. 

Try below practice to cultivate TRUST as part of your Mindfulness meditation: 

REFLECT: As you settle in a formal meditation or sit and find time to reflect, just focus on Breathing. Notice the air going in and out.

Next on Trust – what thoughts come to mind? Are you easily able to trust yourself and others? OR what do you feel uneasy about and is harder to trust? 

See if you Note your thoughts, feelings and sensations without getting hooked into the experience. Observe, If you feel any light or strong emotions like anger, anxiety, feelings like etc.

RESPOND: Come back to breathing, slow deep breathing. of whats not needed, accepting things as they are. Let the breath help you be and from here decide with your power of choice – who you can trust.

INTEGRATE: Remember this “Trust” exercise. Breathe Relax, and Choose to Trust.

Trust your inner Know

Daren Martin

About the Author of Quote:  Daren Martin is  Chief Culture Architect , Motivational Speaker,  Best Selling Author,  CEO & Founder of The Global Company Culture Association.

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 is the ability to be fully present 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 and anxiety.

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

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

READ MORE on What is Mindfulness Meditation?

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