Mindfulness is a universal capacity that can be enhanced with practice.
Most people take for granted that they know how to use their own mind. However, it’s not always true.
We live in busy times, so we all multitask; but it’s not good mental hygiene. Multitasking lowers people’s IQs.
Mindfulness is a practice, but it’s also a result of practice. The more we understand and train the mind, the better our results will become.
I train people in practices that enhance their ability to use their minds effectively. Mindfulness has been noted as a key skill and is being used by patients, professionals, and even military personnel.
Everyone I work with is likely to get training in mindfulness at some point, because the ability to direct the mind is a foundational skill for so many mental functions.