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Mindfulness: What is Mindfulness and How is it Used?



In this blog we will discuss the science behind mindfulness and how it can influence our mental state.


The act of being mindful has been an interest of psychologists for decades. Research has shown that mindfulness can help people with emotional regulation, learning, and empathy.



https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3679190/



Mindfulness has shown significantly positive difference in brain activity and neurological functions which proves that its not just related to self-report measures of psychological health.


Meditative writing like Calligraphy slows down the heart rate, makes one less anxious and helps one finds some structure and expression to deal with daily stresses.


Researchers have compared meditators and non meditators on several occasions of psychological well-being.


Meditators significantly showed higher levels of self-esteem and overall sense of well-being.


Whereas, non meditators showed fear to express themselves, procrastination, and low self confidence.


Evidence from correlational research suggests that people who practice mindfulness and meditation, report a lower levels of negative effect and psychopathological symptoms and have a highly positive life satisfaction and psychological effect overall.


Mindfulness can help alleviate these problems by focusing our attention on the current moment and improving your concentration skills. Calligraphy is the best practice to find clarity , calm and focus in the particular moment.





While mindfulness is the practice of being present in the moment, accepting your thoughts and emotions, and not judging them. By taking time out of your day to be mindful, you can improve your mental health and reduce stress levels.


When combined with breathworks; meditation and Calligraphy are transformative therapies for depression, Covid 19 related anxieties and low self esteem.


What do u do to beat daily stresses of work/ home/ relationships?

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