The Heart of Mindfulness


The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.”

Helen Keller

What’s good for the mind is also good for the heart.

The ancient Greeks once believed the heart was the seat of intelligence. Our thoughts and feelings influence the chemistry that regulate much of our health, so I guess in a way once our heart is in communication with our brain and body the heart is involved in how we think, feel and respond to our environment. For instance, if you have thoughts of fear, you are bound to experience stress in your physical body. Your heart rate increases and your breathing becomes rapid.

Regular practice of mindfulness can help improve the way your heart functions. It will not only help you cope with stress by lowering your high blood pressure but also create synchronicity between the heart, mind and body.

The beauty about regular mindfulness practice is that you can catch yourself before you allow the stress to escalate towards an unfavourable outcome. Being mindful allows you to understand what is going on in your mind and body.

Each and everyday provides an opportunity to transform your life and manage your life towards a greater positive result. The power of mindfulness practice creates a routine to check in with how your body is feeling. How you feel impacts your emotions, thought patterns and overall performance.

This practice is worthwhile as you aim to move into a healthier and happier life while you disengage in negativity, grumpy, stressed out and distracted self.




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