Mindfulness is defined as “a mental state achieved by focusing your awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting your own feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations.”

Mindfulness” is a term that is that is in the news almost on a daily basis.

According to Healthline, practicing “mindfulness” is good for your health.

Modern life is filled with distractions, from smartphones to multitasking, making it difficult for people to focus on listening to others.

You are often occupied with your own thoughts and worries, which can make it hard to effectively listen to others.

Is there such a thing as “mindful listening.”

Yes there is.

“Mindful listening is a very important part of practicing mindfulness”

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

What are the key components of mindful listening?

What are the benefits of mindful listening?

How do you practice mindful listening in your own life?

By incorporating mindful listening into all your interactions with others, you can create more meaningful and fulfilling connections and create a positive impact in your own life.

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Stephen Lesavich, PhD

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