Mindful Moments

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention to the present. This state is described as observing one’s thoughts and feelings without judging them as good or bad.

While mindfulness is a basic human ability it’s more readily available to us when we practice it. It is being fully present. It is being aware of where we are, what we are doing and what is going on around us. When we are mindful we are intentional with our actions and reactions to the situation.

There is growing research that shows when you train your brain to be mindful your are rewiring or remodeling the physical structure of your brain.

Effects of Mindfulness on Psychological Health: A Review of Empirical Studies

Mindfulness and the Brain: What Does Research and Neuroscience Say?

Join the journey

I will be sharing my journey of being more mindful with prompts, mediations, Mindful Movement sessions and more on my social media accounts. So join me on InstagramFacebook and/or Linkedin. I will be focusing on the following pieces to work on my intention of breakthroughs, connections, strength and gratitude

Ponder your mindset is your mindset a growth or fixed mindset? Review the video and evaluate. You may want to journal what your discovered. https://youtu.be/M1CHPnZfFmU

Mindful Me

Being mindful is about me being present and in the moment rather than running on autopilot. Mindful me is about self-care, personal growth, and reflection.

Mindful Moments – Energy Body Scan Mediation

Spend time reflecting on what you are grateful for. Journal at least 3 things.

Mindful Marriage

Being mindful of my spouse and our time together. Mindful moments we can that will help create deeper connection and stronger communication.

Write a letter of to your spouse share with them what you are grateful for in your marriage.

Mindful Family

Being intentional with family time. Create deeper connection and stronger communication with individual relationships and as a whole.

Schedule time to put away all distraction and spend time as a family reconnecting. 

Mindful Movement

Our bodies need movement. Being mindful of movement that will support our physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing.

Try a sample of I my Mindful Movement Modality. I created mindful movement in with my children to support mind, body, spirit, and connection.

Mindful Eating

Being present rather then mindlessly purchasing, preparing and consuming food.

Before you can learn to eat intuitively with consistency, assess whether you have any tendency to eat emotionally. If you’re a frequent or habitual emotional eater, it will probably be that much more difficult to master intuitive eating. So with that in mind, let’s look at some ways you might be able to control this tendency.

Mindful Money

Mindful planning and spending of my for current and future needs. If you fail to plan your finances, then plan to fail financially.

Mindful Moment Meditation for Money Mindset with Ho’oponopono.

Intention to clear the money blocks

Mindful Meditation & Prayer

Being able to quite the mind and focus on communication with the divine. Mindful Meditation and prayer is be present to what you are sensing and feeling in the moment.

Cutting Toxic Cords Mediation


Mindful Rest and Recovery

It is not just sleep. It is finding those things the restore you physically, mentally and emotional. As you are mindful with your rest and recovery you will see growth.