What’s on your Mind? – Mindfulness-Based Therapies and Mental Health (Part 1) – Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

Meditation is a powerful tool that can help clear your mind of unwanted thoughts, and shift your focus to the things that are going right instead. Practicing meditation daily allows you to rest your mind, and give it a break from unhelpful thoughts. If you’re new to the idea of meditation, there are simple meditation techniques to help you start in learning how to meditate.

Institute for Ethics and Emerging TechnologiesWhat’s on your Mind? – Mindfulness-Based Therapies and Mental Health (Part 1)Institute for Ethics and Emerging TechnologiesThe mind becomes purified. Following this the practising Buddhist moves on to other more advanced meditation techniques, although mindfulness always remains at the centre of these techniques and is returned to again and again even as one pr…What’s on your Mind? – Mindfulness-Based Therapies and Mental Health (Part 1) – Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

If you’re finding it difficult to learn meditation on your own, then you might find it simpler to learn with a little help. If you’re just starting to learn how to meditate, having an experienced guide to help can make learning meditation simpler and even more fulfilling.

Practicing meditation regularly helps make it a lot easier for you to keep your mind from wandering. There are different kinds of meditation, one is Walking meditation. Walking meditation involves focusing your mind on the entire experience of taking a walk. Find out more about how to practice this interesting technique by visiting the links below.

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