The Observer

Practice mindfulness and being present.

It’s a great way to improve every area of your life.
Being present gives you a pleasant feeling of a deep inner peace and stillness.

Below we will describe a simple 15-minute practice.

We suggest you to go for a walk to do this exercise.
If you are unable to go for a walk, just sit comfortably but do not lie down (you might fall asleep).
Try to feel your hands, try to feel the energy within them.
If you succeed in this, try to feel your whole body.
It might be easier for you and more pleasant to do it during a walk, but there is no obligation to walk.
Try to stay in touch with your hands and your body the whole time.
Then your mind will become silent.

Your job is to now observe your mind.
Wait for your next thought.
Observe the mind like a rabbit hole.
Wait and observe what thought will come out next.
When a thought appears, just let it go.
Return to presence.
Feel your whole body (or just your hands if that’s easier for you).
Wait for your next thought and repeat the process.

Do this for 15 minutes.

When you are ready click the START button.


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