Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.”       
                                                                                                                                                                        –   Buddha

Seen a mother with a mobile pressed against the ear, with a loaded spoon in one hand and holding the baby with the other. Cut to the next hour, you see her folding the laundry while keeping an eye on the kid and another on the email on the laptop. Welcome to the world of multi-tasking. But in the mad race of accomplishing many tasks, you may find yourself losing out on living each moment and being connected to the present. That’s mindlessness.

Mindfulness is a key-word and we are acknowledging its importance by the day. But what is mindfulness? Mindfulness is simply the awareness of the present moment and relating to it. It is being conscious of your surroundings and the happenings around you and being responsive.

Mindfulness is something that should be practiced in our day-to-day lives, right from the moment you wake up to when go retire to bed. It is not something you need to go out of your way and try to achieve. Our Acharya and forefathers were wise enough to develop practices of Dinacharya, Rirucharya, Ahara viddhi, etc. These are in fact ways of implementing mindfulness in our day-to-day lives.

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