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Mindfulness is a practice. It takes some time every day to build up mindfulness attention. With practice it really is beneficial and healthy; especially for the mind, of course. Mindfulness promotes overall good health as well as peace of mind.

My previous post on this subject was an in-depth exploration of the rippling effect (see: ripple-ing). In it, I wrote about my process — simplified for accepting reality and at the same time, how (as I believe) I affect reality — how subtly, I influence reality is more like it. In time this adds up.

Our thoughts confirm for us who we think that we are.

The process of rippling (correctly) has to do with being loving, compassionate, kindness and thus sharing this in our reality… This, in practice is truly beneficial for me and also for humanity. By rippling, I can apply mindful attention to sending loving compassion into the world. I had put it this way:

We may each send out Ripples of Blessings, Ripples of Social Justice, Ripples of Goodness, Ripples of Peace, and Ripples of Loving-Kindness — sending these past any barriers and over or around any boundaries to merge with the ripples of other waves of other positive ripples. 

Some Buddhist monks are able to stay with a particular thought so completely that their body changes demonstrate this. I’ve watched many videos that demonstrate this. Let’s look at an example.

In fact, I’ve seen brain scans that demonstrate that monks are able to alter their brainwaves at will. I know by the medical reports and research — this is real and greatly beneficial… Is the brain spiritually wired?

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What might our thoughts be doing today? Without training, the ego runs the show and this is a frightening world often times then.

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If you didn’t read the original article, its written to summarize a practice for growth through mindfulness and peaceful serenity into a person with a very healthy outlook. The mindfulness of rippling is detailed in that previous article (ripple-ing).

If you are ready to learn more about the meditations, I have a simple mindfulness guided mediation for you today (or whenever you are ready):

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Thanks for visiting.

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