This may sound familiar to you.
A research from 2019 suggests that present-moment awareness and other mindfulness techniques can help lessen the symptoms of anxiety and melancholy. You give importance to the things that are taking place right now when you stay in the present. Sometimes you are just so caught up by things that have happened or might happen, that you let the present moments slip through your fingers.
Can you remember a time when you did nothing but immerse yourself in the flow of air, the sound of the wind, and the warmth of the sunshine?
Whether it is hearing your little one chuckle in the crib wandering her eyes around and just absorbing the moment she is in, or the plant on the window sill dancing to the wind and enjoying the present.
Seat yourself in a comfortable place and savour a moment of silence—everything is still for a moment. Or maybe take a walk outside and find yourself in a moment of joy—stepping on the yellow leaves that crunched with every step you take.
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