About the Course
Being mindful is being fully aware of what is going on around you and what you are doing in the current moment. It doesn't mean that you need to be perfect or have everything figured out. Instead, it means that you are conscious of what you are doing and where you are and not so concerned about the past or future that you miss out on the present.
The ability to pay attention to the current moment without making judgments is known as mindfulness. It's also a style of life that emphasises treating yourself and others with kindness. We learn to focus on the present moment without getting caught up in our thoughts when we practise mindfulness meditation. We also learn to be aware of what is going on in our immediate surroundings.
Meditation can be practiced at any time of the day and anywhere, but it is especially helpful if you set aside a quiet time to do it.
Many people say that they can't meditate in the morning because they are too tired or still tired from the night before. That's a myth. We've found that when we are in a creative mood, we are more likely to do something in the morning or early evening than at other times.
You don't need to be a monk to meditate. Most people who meditate do so for a few minutes a day, even if it's just before going to sleep. That is because it helps to create a relaxed mind and body.
Usha Mahesh Shankar
Usha is a Reiki Master Trainer, Crystal Therapist, Empath, Alternative Healer, Psychic Reader (Tarot Reader), and a counselor who works intuitively and passionately with energy. She would be honored to extend support through Meditative sessions, training, counseling, Reiki sessions, and crystal therapies, anyway through which her practice can bring joy and abundance to your lives.