I started Pocket Mindfulness as a way of helping others learn about, understand and apply mindfulness in everyday life.
And to try and answer those difficult questions we all have floating about in our heads.
Since its inception, the blog has grown considerably with lots of posts.
So it's easy to see how a person landing here for the first time might wonder where to start.
And so I decided to create this quick resource page, which serves as a guide to must-read posts that will help you get to grips with mindfulness and find a solid foothold for your personal journey ahead.
Get started with mindfulness today with these simple mindfulness exercises.
Meditation is a great way to tame the mind and centre one's attention in the present moment.
But don't worry if you can't sit in the lotus (cross-legged) position and aren't keen on the idea of traditional meditation, there's more than one way to meditate.
Here are some ways that mindfulness can be cultivated in everyday life.
Living In The Present (Moment)
You're going to hear a lot about living in the moment and being present; so I suggest starting with these posts:
Mindfulness is an evolving journey of self-discovery, and perhaps the most compelling question you will ask along this journey is…
The following post might ring a few bells too…
Living & Dying
Mindfulness is about letting go of the past, being present and cultivating true awareness in the moment.
But what about death, where does that fit into this thing called life?
There are lots more posts on the blog to discover, and I hope you enjoy digging around.
I look forward to your comments, and sincerely hope your stay with me to share this journey.
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