Practicing mindfulness exercises improves emotional intelligence, enhances creativity, increases the ability to concentrate, helps combat insomnia, reduces stress and anxiety.
The first step is: stretch out on your back on a stable surface, which is closest to the ground.Then, he proceeds to place one hand on the chest, at the level of the heart, and another on the belly.
Being in the indicated position, you have to close your eyes and breathe in through the nose, bringing the air towards the belly.
When feeling the swollen belly, it is necessary to continue inhaling, also bringing the air towards the chest. This must be done slowly, count the seconds, and hold your breath for two seconds.
Then begin to exhale through the mouth slowly, the exhalation process should last the same as the inspiration process.
Keep in mind that the mental can become very abstract, taking mental control depends on channeling thoughts and images consciously.
Mindfulness helps us to do this, in order to control negative thoughts, uncontrolled emotions, feelings that can harm us.
To do this, it makes visualization techniques available to people for mental control, generating, through such techniques, a state of relaxation that allows controlling thoughts and emotions.
A simple exercise for beginners is: think of activities or places that arouse pleasant sensations, and live them as if they were present. Memorize that visualization and associate it with a color or shape.
Have breakfast in a quiet place. Turn off distractions like the television. Take your mobile away from the breakfast place.
Focus your attention on smells and tastes. You also enjoy the feel and texture of food and drink.