Seema Chowdhury


Some Thoughts And Insights About Mindfulness - Poem by Seema Chowdhury

1) Mindfulness is a precious gift and we must embrace it with open arms. It. means to be present in the moment, acknowledge our being, accept the reality and commit to the responsibilities of life.

2) It's quite interesting because it teaches us to be aware of our self, our existence, our environment, what we are doing and what is happening around us. So we can be more creative and work effectively and efficiently.

3) Most of the time, we just follow the routine and do things without realizing or feeling in that particular moment. For us, it is just an act and we are programed to do them in that sequence over and over again, in an endless loop, till we do something to alter or disrupt the process.

4) To be aware of our existence means we can start feeling, seeing, listening and observing more. We can start enjoying things that are present and start realizing what we are doing and the logical explanation of ‘why', for what reason or purpose.

5 Mindfulness teaches us to balance our life and compensate for our lacking. So we can focus more in life. It is good for our heart, mind, body and soul and it increases the flow of positive energy around us.

6 We can start improving when we realize that we need to do, learn and challenge ourselves more, only then growth will come and we will be able to become a better person and an improved version of ourselves


Seema Chowdhury
April 16,2016

Topic(s) of this poem: mind


Comments about Some Thoughts And Insights About Mindfulness by Seema Chowdhury

  • Kumarmani MahakulKumarmani Mahakul (6/6/2017 9:00:00 AM)

    You are right definitely. Mindfulness is a precious gift. Accepting reality in mind is great. This is true aspect to feel values within self and improved version of ourselves we can feel. A great poem is shared.10 (Report)Reply

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