Mindfulness isn’t just for adults

Assistant Psychologist Emily Kruger writes.

In its most basic form, mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present to or aware of what we are doing at one given moment, rather than being overly reactive to a majority of things going on around us. Although mindfulness finds its roots within ancient spiritual traditions, it is very relevant for life today. For example, one could be mindful whilst washing the pots; such as noticing the smell of the soap, the feel of the bubbles on our skin, or even watching how the water runs

 

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