Mindfulness means paying attention in a specific way: Aware of the present moment and non-judgmental. This type of attention promotes clarity and the ability to accept the reality of the present moment.
In everyday life, we often rush from one situation to the next, think about what needs to be done at work over breakfast, and at work we plan what still needs to be done in the evening. We rarely give our full attention to the present moment. This causes stress, which has a negative effect on our health - and in extreme cases can lead to burnout, depression, anxiety or panic attacks. Mindfulness training can be a way to reduce this stress and live a more balanced, relaxed, and healthy life.
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