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By Lena Stephenson
You are always concerned over the fact that you seem to be living life in a way that makes you not present. Yes, you are there when things happen around you, but you just seem to feel detached from the many situations that you are involved in. Sometimes, your thoughts tend to fly off easy too.

You decided that this is not something that you would want to be experiencing the whole time. You do know that there are a lot of things that you can do to get this changed. You can choose to get into a mindfulness training. You will be surprised at how many things you can actually do to correct this.

Understand that you do not necessarily have to undergo a formal training to achieve the results that you are hoping for. This is more on being able to make the right adjustments to the way you are doing things wrong. Then, ensuring too, that you get these cages embedded in the way you live life every day.

The key here of to introduce the many little adjustments that your life currently needs. They do not need to be grand gestures or complicated techniques. All you need to do is make it an effort that the little changes you are doing will be embedded into your life and become a natural part of it.

Simple things like eating consciously for starters would mean a lot in the long run, you need food to keep your body energized and nourished. Hence, it has to be an experience that you must savor and not actually rushed through, be conscious of what you are eating, of its flavors, its textures.

Practice being mindful during those times when you are doing nothing and waiting for your turn, waiting times are always excellent opportunities for you to be aware of what you are doing, w ho you are with, and the kind of environment that you are in. Focus on the people around you and the rest of the elements present to achieve this.

The way you deal with your emotions should be part of what you must look into too. It is normal for people to flare up, get angry when they are place in situations that are upsetting and not exactly ideal. Use these opportunities to get a better grip if what you are feeling. Then, you won’t have to end up saying or doing something you’ll regret.

Be more compassionate to. Be kind to the people around you. This does not only apply to those you care, but even to strangers too. Be aware of how to treat others in such a way that you think is the way you want to be treated yourself to.

Learn to listen, really listen. Avoid being in a conversation where you are only there to respond. If you want to be really in the moment, then make sure that you really understood what is being said to you.

Do one task at a time. Some people might think that multitasking is the in thing, but truly, it is not. It is only likely to cause you to be unfocused and less efficient as a result. Uni-tasking ensures that you have your attention and full focus on what you are doing, hence, better results.

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