The Shift That Trains The Brain


What does it mean to be mindful?  Paying attention and being present in the moment-to-moment without judgement.  If we are always ruminating about the past or fretting about the future we are never really in the present moment, right here, right now, alert, awake and with purpose,

Practice the Pause

Breathe in Slowly and Deeply Through the Nose and Breathe Out Slowly Through the Mouth

Benefits of Mindfulness

Repeat 3 Times

Calms the Sympathetic Nervous System,

Reduces Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, 

Increases Your Energy, Mental Clarity, Your Sense of Well Being, 

Improve Your Health, Relationships with Yourself and Others 

Ask yourself are you being mindful or is your mind full?