Shared experiences of a psychologist, based on thoughts, feelings, social events, living-and non-living objects exposed to, day-to-day activities, challenges encountered, and the most vivid memories.
We learn through experiences. And we develop through learning. Development is necessary for human well-being. Hence, reading these experiences shall contribute to your well-being.
As a state of mind, mindfulness is our ability to focus on “the present” without judgement, expectations, or biases. The practice of mindfulness, is a part of my being. So I intend to write about how mindfulness can be utilized to experience the internal and external worlds in a better and novel way.