Mindfulness practice becomes increasingly popular these days. It is the ability to be completely present, here and now at the moment; fully disengaged with other than what we are doing now. Mindfulness meditation implements this understanding, encouraging practitioners to remain aware and present in the moment rather than thinking about the past or imagining the future. The goal is to not empty the mind or stop thinking, but rather to pay close attention to your physical sensations, thoughts and emotions in order to see them more clearly with no judgment.
This meditation can be done almost everywhere; while waiting in line, while riding the bus, etc. In general, mindfulness is a common theme in many forms of meditation. Research has also found that mindfulness meditation can help reduce fixation on negative emotions, emotional reaction, improve relationship, improve focus and memory, and many more. A simple exercise yet can yield powerful results, mindfulness meditation can help us better understand what causes us stress, and what we can do to relieve it.