Rewire Your Brain with Mindful Practices

Kick out anxiety, stress, and worries with mindfulness. Use the mindful practices like meditation, yoga, and prayer to remain calm, peaceful, and positive.
Woman on top of mountain in meditation as mindful practice

There are numerous moments in our life that trigger anxiety and stress. And we tend to worry excessively, think negative, or be overwhelmed emotionally. The one-stop solution to these negative states of mind is mindfulness. Meditation, yoga, and prayer are some of the mindful practices that help us remain calm and positive. Here’s all about mindfulness and these mindful practices. ~ Ed.

Young woman doing yoga a form of mindful practice for mindfulness

The human brain is wired to worry. It is a battleground that testifies to the constant clash of positive and negative. It dwells on the past, stands up to the present, and worries about the future.

No doubt, it complicates life. And so, it becomes important to put the brain to rest for some time and let loose all the negative energy that lingers in the head every second of the day.

Mindfulness is a practice that lets you escape the conflicts and witness the brighter side of life. It helps you to rewire your brain and experience tranquility.


Mindfulness: Align Your Mind, Body, and Soul

Mindfulness sets your brain free from the shackles of could haves, should haves, and would haves and does not let your brain wander seeking the future. It helps your brain to settle in the present and acknowledge “the now”.

Mindfulness brings you face to face with the emotions, thoughts, and feelings you are experiencing that very moment and lets all the worries and negativities escape your mind. It makes you aware of what you have and calms your mind, body, and soul.

With mindfulness meditation, you learn to get hold of your racing thoughts and empty your mind to create room for peace and positivity. Regularly practicing mindfulness meditation has a favorable impact on the quality of your life.

3 Top Mindful Practices for Better State of Mind and Quality of Life

Be it anxiety, stress, or worries, you can deal with them all with mindful practices. Here are the best forms of mindfulness that you should practice on a daily basis.

Meditation: The Best Mindfulness Practice

Meditation is one of the most celebrated mindfulness practices that help you recognize your physical, mental, and spiritual self. Several studies and research back the importance and positive effects of meditation.

Mindfulness meditation involves simple breathing exercises and awareness of mind and body. It can be done without fancy props or preparations, like essential oils, candles, soothing background music, etc. All you need is a clean and comfortable place and some free time. Starting with only 3 to 5 minutes will have a profound impact on you.

The positive effects of meditation can be seen on the physical, mental, and spiritual levels.  Physically, it helps in lowering blood pressure, blood lactate levels, and tension-related pain, like muscle and joint pain, headache, insomnia, and ulcers. It boosts the immune system, energy levels, and reduces anxiety attacks. A few minutes of meditation enhances the production of serotonin (the happy hormone) that elevates behavior and mood.

Mentally, meditation helps in enhancing emotional stability, mental agility, memory, intuition, happiness, and creativity. It helps you think through things and sharpens your decision-making skills. It relaxes your mind and lends peace.

Yoga: Balance in Body and Mind

Yoga creates a sense of balance, strength, and vigor in the body that also reflects in how your mind functions. Being around for ages, yoga is a practice that is famous for providing a stronger core to your body and deeper stability to your mind.

Each yoga pose demands a different aspect of your body to endure and resist pain, leading you to eventually become more flexible, robust, and agile.

Prayer: A Bridge that Connects us to the Higher Power

Life is not a bed of roses. But, when the complications of our lives are juxtaposed with the blessings, everything begins to make sense.

Prayer is a rewarding mindful practice, which helps you to connect with the mighty forces and restore your hope, vision, and peace.

When you pray, you talk to a higher power that introduces you to a series of epiphanies and makes you appreciate the better side. It teaches you self-control, forgiveness, and humility, all of which help you manage stress.

Just like meditation, praying regularly gives you clarity of mind and makes you aware of the blessings bestowed upon you. It puts you in a better state of mind and provides you with the power to take things in your stride with utmost positivity and gratefulness.

Wrapping Up – The Final Words

 “Life is not easy, but it is surely worth figuring out.”

Including mindfulness practices like meditation and prayer in your daily routine will prepare you to face life in the best possible manner and teach you to count your blessings.


Over to you

Which mindful practice do you use to relax your mind and lead a quality life? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments.


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  1. Hey Hubert, An amazing article and handy one for those who facing busy and irregular routine. Must to utilize.

  2. I can totally sync with your article. Meditation, Yoga and Prayer has been integral part of my transformation. Not only it is good for body but excellent for clarity in mind and boost our everyday activity.
    A well written article and thanks for sharing your thoughts with us.

    Romil Rambhad

  3. Of course, I think that this practice is necessary for everyone, especially in the post-quarantine period. But it will especially help people addicted to alcohol or drugs. Because mostly they are motivated to use such drugs by pain, fatigue, stress, or depression. And so prayer, meditation, and yoga can help deal with inner instability, leaving everything else to the doctors.

  4. I love how your focus on mindfulness and shaping on our mindset involves both meditation and yoga. Too often I see it framed that stress and anxiety is a mental situation, so only mental exercises can help. But it’s also physical, and you do a great job of explaining how meditation and yoga has wonderful effects on one’s health, body, and mind. Ryan

  5. Yes.
    Exercise and Yoga is the most powerful thing to control your mind.
    As we know, For happiness in daily life, we have to control in mind.
    Thank you Hubert for this great content. It’s really Very much Helpful and educational content for all.

  6. Hi Hubert, just Loved it, Thank You for such a wonderful piece of Article. Mindfulness is indeed a key to all.

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