Mindfulness

Mindfulness is bringing deliberate attention to the present moment without judgment. The objective of being mindful is to connect the mind with the body. The result? Attainment of calmness and a renewed sense of self. In this collection of articles, Sang H. Kim shares with you how to lessen moment-to-moment struggles for emergence of positive changes within, an amazing experience called mindfulness.

Mindful Movement and Breathing Exercises Video

This 4-minute sequence of 12 mindful movement and deep breathing exercises (MBX-12) activates the 12 meridians, boosting inner energy. Created by Sang H. Kim, MBX-12 practice brings together mindful movement and deep breathing to create an active form of moving meditation and invigorate your internal Ki energy flow. Follow along with Sang H. Kim as he demonstrates the movements in this video and experience it for yourself.

Mindful Movement and Breathing Exercises Video

The Searching Mind

Reflections on attaining mindfulness.

The Searching Mind

Paradox of Mindfulness

The ultimate experience of being mindful occurs when we forget about everything, even the mindful self and doing. A paradox it is that to be mindful one must not try to be mindful, and to not be mindful, one must be mindful. This short article points you to where to place your mind to prevent it from fleeting.

Paradox of Mindfulness

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