is the psychological process of purposely bringing your undisturbed attention to what it's happening here and now in a non-judgmental way. This process can be performed through the practice of meditation or specific exercises.
Mindfulness derives from sati
, a relevant element of Buddhist, Zen, Vipassana, and Tibetan meditation techniques.
Buddhist interpretation of this practice is that mindfulness is what happens when past, present and future moments arise and cease to be mental processes.
Scientifical evidences since the 1970s have shown that mindfulness is helful in reducing depression, stress,anxiety, and in the treatment of drug addiction.Mindfulness
based practices have been adopted in schools, prisons, hospitals, veterans' centers, and also for healthy aging, weight management, athletic performance, helping children with special needs.
Clinical studies have documented both physical- and mental-health benefits of mindfulness in different patient categories and is associated to psychological health.
There is also evidence that suggest how engaging in mindfulness meditation positively and holistically influences physical health.
is meditation in movement and in creating its MMQG version, Raffaello Palandri
has adapted some of the most powerful and effective exercises to give you the best tools to holistically improve your personal and professional life by empowering your body, mind, and soul.