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Awareness Vrs. Mindfulness

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I have noticed in talking about mindfulness and awareness that people often use these words as if they were interchangeable. One may live in awareness however that does not mean that they live mindfully aware. Being aware is noticing; judgment and analysis can come into this awareness. To be mindful is being aware of the purpose of being present in the current moment, free of judgment, and in observation mode. Observation mode is simply viewing things as they are.

You can be aware that you are eating but not eating mindfully. You can be aware of anger within but are you being mindful of your anger? Choosing to live mindfully is living purposefully aware in the present and seeing the experience as it is at that moment.

I encourage you to notice when you are aware and mindfully aware in all that you do. It is quite empowering because you can see the present moment with a sense of neutrality, with no emotional attachment. This neutral space makes it easier to choose your response, give it a try!

Click the Listen Now button to enjoy a brief mindful exercise to assist you on fostering mindful awareness.

Living mindfully aware of my here and now,

Nancy Gentle Boudrie

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«zšBy Nancy Gentle Boudrie, owner and founder of Awaken With Light, Inc., Talk Show Radio Host, Wellness Coach, Usui Reiki master and teacher, Angel Intuitive Practitioner┬«, IET Advanced Practitioner┬«, as well as a certified meditation instructor and practitioner. You may find her at Facebook.com/AwakenWithLight, Twitter @AwakenWithLight, LinkedIn, www.AwakenWithLight.com and . Listen to other YouTube meditations and mindful exercises by Nancy - YouTube Meditations.+×╣

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Nancy Gentle Boudrie

Nancy Gentle Boudrie, Owner and Founder of Awaken With Light, Inc. is a Self-Development Specialist, Inner Peace Expert, Radio Podcaster, Usui Reiki master and teacher, Certified Angel Intuitive®, Integrated Energy Therapy® Advanced Practitioner, as well as a certified meditation instructor and practitioner.

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