Mindfulness means reclaiming attention. Nonthinking is an art, and like any art it requires patience and practice. Reclaiming your attention and bringing your mind and body back together for even just ten breaths can be very difficult at first. but with continued practice, you can reclaim your ability to be present and learn just to be.
Finding a few minutes to sit quietly is the easiest way to start training yourself to let go of your habitual thinking. When you sit quietly, you can observe how your thoughts rush in, and you can practice not ruminating on them and instead let them just come and go as you focus on your breath and on the silence inside.
Mindfulness gives you the inner space and quietness that allow you to look deeply, to find out who you are and what you want to do with your life. You won’t feel the need to make yourself run after meaningless pursuits anymore. You’ve been running, looking for something, because you think that thing is crucial for your peace and happiness. You push yourself to achieve this and that condition so that you can be happy. You believe you don’t have enough conditions to be happy right now, and so you develop the habit many people have of constantly running after one thing or another. If you can be here, if you can be free, then you can be happy right here and right now. You don’t have to run anymore.
If you can take just a few minutes for yourself to calm your body, your feelings, and your perceptions in this way, joy becomes possible. The joy of true quit becomes a daily healing food. The practice of mindfulness is very simple. You stop, you breath, and you still your mind. You come home to yourself so that you can enjoy the here and now every moment. All the wonders of life are already here, They’re calling you. If you can listen them, you will be able to stop running. What you need, what we all need, is silence. Stop the noise in your mind in order for the wondrous sounds of life to be heard. Then you can begin to love your life authentically and deeply.
– Thich Nhat Hanh
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