Many of us often go through a phase of existentialism or existential thought. We pose ourselves with questions of “Who am I? What is the purpose of my life? What am I meant to do with my time on this Earth?”
Many of us strive for answers while some of us disregard these thoughts completely. Those who muse over these questions usually seek answers and often chance upon the path of Mindfulness.
Mindfulness; it’s what introduces you to yourself
Mindfulness is much like the before and after of seeing your obscured self in a fogged mirror, then wiping it clean to unveil a clear reflection. Mindfulness cleanses the mind, which in turn cleanses the body and brings about a sense of clarity, understanding and peace. Mindfulness allows you to look within, leading you on a journey of observing yourself to a transformation of the self.
Mindfulness is a state of self-acceptance.
Mindfulness is a state of awareness, a thoughtless awareness state. Mindfulness can truly be understood with practice and experience; no amount of words can do justice to the experience itself.
Mindfulness allows you to take some time out for yourself and make the most of it too. It allows you to cleanse yourself inside out so that every activity you perform, is accomplished with a sense of clarity and calm.