Mindfulness means paying full attention to something. It means slowing down to really notice what you’re doing. Being mindful is the opposite of rushing or multitasking. When you’re mindful, you’re taking your time. You’re focusing in a relaxed, easy way.
HOW MINDFULNESS WORKS?
Mindfulness takes practice to get good at it. Training the mind takes practice. The more you practice, the better you get. Learning how to be mindful when you’re young gives you a change to get really good at it and use it always.
When you practice Mindfulness, you are training your attention. Research shows that practicing mindfulness can improve attention for just about everybody including with those kids ADHA, or who think they have trouble paying attention.
Keep breathing, keep relaxing, keep paying easy attention to your breathing. Keep bringing your attention back to the breathing every time your mind wanders.
6. Try to do this for 5 minutes.