Mindfulness and Energy levels

Everything is in the mind.
Mindfulness practices will help you feel more energised by reducing stress and promoting focus and clarity.
Mindfulness is the ability to control one’s thoughts, stop them, and direct one’s attention where it is needed most.
It’s the ability to be present anytime and to watch after your addictions so to prevent them from being overwhelming.
Mindfulness means understanding what triggers your pride and what triggers your illusions.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7647439/ – Mindfulness and Behavior Change

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8083197/ – Mindfulness-based interventions: an overall review

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10415486/ – Believing in the Powers of Mindfulness: A Thematic Narrative Approach and the Development of a New Scale

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8427809/ – Mindfulness for Children With ADHD and Mindful Parenting (MindChamp): A Qualitative Study on Feasibility and Effects

Mindfulness practices include:

0.Meditation: This practice involves focusing your attention on a specific object, such as your breath or a mantra, to develop concentration and calmness.

1. Body scan: This technique involves systematically scanning your body from head to toe, paying attention to any sensations or areas of tension.

2. Mindful eating: Paying attention to the colors, smells, tastes, and textures of your food, and fully engaging in the experience of eating without distractions.

3. Walking meditation: Practicing awareness while walking, paying attention to each step, the movement of your body, and the sensations in your feet and legs.

4. Loving-kindness meditation: Cultivating feelings of love, compassion, and kindness towards oneself and others through guided meditation practices.

5. Mindful breathing: Focusing on your breath as it moves in and out of your body, using it as an anchor for your attention during moments of stress or anxiety.

6. Daily gratitude practice: Taking time each day to reflect on and appreciate the positive aspects of your life, fostering a sense of gratitude and contentment.

7. Mindful communication: Paying attention to your words, tone, and body language when interacting with others, cultivating empathy and deepening connections.

8. Mindful observation: Engaging in activities such as nature walks or art appreciation, where you observe the details and beauty of your surroundings without judgment or analysis.

9. Mindful self-compassion: Treating yourself with kindness, understanding, and acceptance, especially during difficult times, and practicing self-care.


The more your mind is passive towards an addiction, the more you deplete your energy.

The more you deplete your energy, the more you deplete your container: the first gift you received from the universe.