Last updated on August 26th, 2023 at 12:18 pm

Manish Bhatia
Author: Manish Bhatia

Certified Mindfulness Trainer

A quick Google search will tell you various ways to incorporate Mindfulness into your daily life but that’s amongst millions of search results – You don’t want that, do you?

Understand from those results what mindfulness means – The quality or state of being conscious or aware of something or a mental state achieved by focusing on one’s awareness.

Focusing on the present moment is used as therapy while calmly acknowledging one’s emotions, thoughts, and bodily sensations.

That sounds so far out there, it’s no wonder why most people avoid it like the plague! But what if we told you that mindfulness isn’t all about sitting cross-legged in silence with your eyes closed?

Instead, we tell you precise 5 Ways to Incorporate Mindfulness into Your Daily Life:

1) Practicing gratitude

1. One way to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life is by practicing gratitude, both within the family and towards your non-living belongings. For example, you can take a few moments each day to express appreciation for your partner or children, or write a thank-you note to someone who has done something nice for you.

2. Another way to be mindful is to focus on your breath and body sensations when you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed.

3. How many of you say a Thank you to your Car after a long trip? Mindfulness practices like this one have been shown to increase focus and clarity in everyday life.

4. Practicing gratitude helps reduce our tendency to compare ourselves with others, which leads us to feel less happy with what we have. Focusing on your breath will give you a momentary break from thoughts that distract you from living in the present moment, making it easier for you get back on track if needed!

5. Take time every morning before starting your day to tune into how alive you are right now!

2) Practicing awareness

A great way to start incorporating mindfulness into your life is by practicing awareness of your surroundings. For example, next time you go for a walk or drive to your office, take notice of the sights and sounds around you.

Pay attention to the way your body feels as you walk. This can help you to focus and be more in the moment.


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3) Practicing acceptance

1. Don’t sweat the small stuff: When things don’t go your way, stop reacting. Learn to respond. Reacting usually just makes things worse and creates more stress.

 Instead, use acceptance and embrace whatever happens. Look at what’s happening around you and within you. Observe it all with curiosity. Do not react; just learn from it and try something different next time. There will always be a next time! In fact, there are many next times, so practice patience! Remember: Good judgment comes from experience.

4) Practicing non-judgment

The biggest mistake you can make is to judge someone for his body, the way he talks or walks. If you focus on being non-judgmental, you will be more mindful and present in the moment. You will also find it easier to be kind and compassionate towards others.

You must know these 3 important ways to be mindful daily:


If you want to be Mindful

1. Make sure you devote some time every day to do something that makes you happy, whether it’s reading, taking a nature walk, or taking a yoga class.

2. Develop an exercise routine that works for you, rather than forcing yourself to run laps if running isn’t your thing.

3. Keep an eye out for how much food you’re eating – when we eat mindfully, we don’t eat as much because we’re focused on what we’re eating and what our bodies need at any given time.

5) Making space for your feelings

To make space for mindfulness, you need to be able to focus and have clarity on your feelings. One way to do this is to practice self-love and learn to say no to things that don’t serve you. This will help clear your mind and give you the space you need to be more present. For example, if you’re at work and find yourself feeling frustrated with a co-worker or an annoying customer, take a moment to pause and ask yourself what it is about their actions that are frustrating you. You may realize it’s not really about them but something else in your life that’s bothering you; then you can let go of the frustration with them so they’re not affecting your mood or ability to focus.

Not that I only love to write or express my feelings but I love talking to people too. Please reach out to me on LinkedIn or Facebook or through this website also. I can help you get started with Mindfulness.

Infact, it would be nice if you know How Mindfulness changed me as a person?

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