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1The quality or state of being conscious or aware of something.‘their mindfulness of the wider cinematic tradition’
- ‘The first foundation includes various practices for developing mindfulness of the body.’
- ‘We can practise the exchange of self and other with spiritual friends by developing mindfulness of their needs and putting them before our own.’
- ‘Simply being there with our body, with our physical sense of existence, is the mindfulness of body.’
- ‘In order never to be overcome by harm-doers, cultivate patience through mindfulness of the demerits of anger.’
- ‘All this in a plant with no eyes or imaging organs anybody knows about, no brain or nervous system to support mindfulness.’
- ‘I just think it's wrong to live with someone else without treating them with a certain amount of respect and mindfulness.’
- ‘The meditation he was teaching wasn't mindfulness of the breath.’
- ‘This is the first stage of mindfulness of breathing.’
- ‘At such times, mindfulness of the practice of patience and the application of certain techniques will help us to continue generating this attitude.’
- ‘In mindfulness of body, there is a sense of finding some home ground.’
- ‘The training of mindfulness of the body can be called the establishment and maintenance of that capability of peace without impulses and emotions.’
- ‘Try to develop deep concentration through the awareness of the breath which is called the mindfulness of the breath or you can say mindfulness of the body.’
- ‘So mindfulness of drinking is already one kind of enlightenment.’
- ‘Some people need such concrete visual reminders to maintain mindfulness of their gratitude, explains Emmons.’
2A mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.
- ‘Meditation is the practice of concentration and mindfulness leading to insight.’
- ‘Long practice at meditation or mindfulness can also dispel the illusion.’
- ‘Through mindfulness we have to give up things we are attached to.’
- ‘The purpose of the disciplines of mindfulness is to do something about this absent-mindedness.’
- ‘Mindfulness, or awareness, which is the equilibrating faculty, balances them all.’
- ‘If you think mindfulness involves labeling what comes up and doing everything in a very deliberate fashion, you will suffer enormously because the world is not under your control.’
- ‘Meditation is one way to express mindfulness in a dedicated, concentrated manner.’
- ‘There are specific ailments where mindfulness has been shown to be helpful.’
- ‘In Buddhism, this can arise through the practice of meditation, the practice of mindfulness.’
- ‘Hence the importance of mindfulness in the spiritual training of the yogi on the Aryan path.’
- ‘A useful object of meditation should be one that promotes mindfulness.’
- ‘For instance, a therapist may teach mindfulness, a concept borrowed from Zen Buddhism.’
- ‘Moral discipline also strengthens mindfulness, which is the life of concentration.’
- ‘Every moment of mindfulness is a moment of truthfulness, of directed knowing.’
- ‘In a way, maintaining mindfulness is comparable to making a journey.’
- ‘Apart from the hours of sound sleep, you should try to maintain continuous mindfulness throughout your waking hours.’
- ‘But I strongly believe that whoever practises mindfulness as part of his or her life will be able to survive perfectly in every situation.’
- ‘Open-mindedness, which is the fruit of mindfulness, forms the basis for the disciplines of insight.’
- ‘Our true nature is a very deep and wonderful mystery, but using the power of mindfulness, we can more easily allow the manifestation of our true nature.’
- ‘We integrated mindfulness into a maintenance form of therapy.’
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