Using mindfulness to slow down

Take a moment to observe how you are feeling and connect with yourslef with our mindfulness guide.

In this example you can take an everyday task and engage with your mind and body to get a better understanding of where you are and how to better manage and understand your emotions.

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A mindfulness exercise you can try is to slow down an activity that you are engaging with.

Choose something you do often and use all your senses to notice the tasks in each step.

  1. Get yourself into a steady slow breathing rhythm. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth.
  2. You can either engage in the activity slower or try and manage yourself performing the activity in slow motion or half speed.
  3. Watch your movements being slower and how it feels for your body.
  4. Notice what is in front of you.
  5. If the activity involves touch be aware of how it feels – what is the texture?
  6. What things can you smell around you?
  7. How do you feel by slowing things down?
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