Merry Xmas ❗️です...
Two-In-One ですね、英語と瞑想、お勉強と実務... ご活用下さい。
●Be the observer (すべての動作において今を見つめる)
●Do chores with purpose (雑用の中に組み込む)
●Take a slow breath (スローブレス:ゆっくり呼吸)
There's no doubt that practicing mindfulness—where you maintain awareness of the present moment without judging yourself if your mind bounces around like a crazed monkey—is good for the soul. And according to recent research from Brown University, it actually does wonder for your heart's health, too.
Sounds great! But let's be serious, who has the time to perch on a fluffy pillow and go deep? Actually, you do—and you don't need a fluffy pillow to do it. That's the beauty of mindfulness exercises: It takes less than a minute to pause and check in with yourself, and you can do it anywhere.
"The key is making mindfulness a habit," says Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post. Yes, she starts every morning with a quiet meditation, but once her crazy-busy days get started, she also just stops and breathes. "Conscious breathing gives me something I can return to hundreds of times during the day in an instant. That helps bring me back into the moment and transcend upsets and setbacks," she says.