More Peace in Your Life with the Power of Mindfulness

Posted by Jamie and Chaya | Posted on 02-14-2013

Mindfulness is such a buzz word these days, especially with yoga and meditation going mainstream.

Maybe you’ve jumped on board, and while you’re breathing into child’s pose, or while you’re sitting in stillness, you’ve achieved some measure of slowing down your mind and being totally present to the divine energy that inhabits that moment.

But how’s it going in your everyday life?   

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When the schedule gets full, people are late to meet you, or the house is a mess – is there still peace in your heart and mind?

Are you able to stay mindful of the present moment and situation when your to-do list is overloaded?

How’s your connection to the divine when your boss or a client needs you to get something done and your kid has the flu and…and….and….?

How nice would it be if when you sat down to talk with someone, you knew they were totally with you, looking you in the eye, hanging on your every word? (And not checking the text that just came in.)

Our culture seems very split, because in contrast to the popularity of yoga and meditation, we have a thousand distractions from a world moving at a breakneck pace, and the input of technology available to us every second.

The other day in a restaurant we saw a dad with his 3 young daughters out for lunch. All 4 of them sat at the table looking at their phones, texting or watching videos. The only sound coming from their direction was the occasional laugh as someone experienced a private funny moment with their device. I guess you could make the argument they were present to what was happening on their screen, but, what about the actual moment right there with their family?

And then there’s a photo going around Facebook representing what the modern family looks like at home in the evening. The TV is on, the parents and 3 kids are scattered around the room, each with either a laptop, tablet, or phone in front of them with the screen on.

What are they paying attention to? Each other? Not. The TV? Maybe partially.

How many places are you splitting your focus and not giving your full attention to what’s right in front of you?

How would your life be different if you stopped all the multi-tasking and just got present to each moment?

Here are some of the things you might avoid:

  • Mistakes and accidents caused by distraction (Seriously, can you believe we actually need a campaign to not text while driving?)
  • Feeling scattered
  • Overwhelm
  • Lack of peace
  • Never finishing anything because you jump around so much

There is no better moment than this moment to align with the Power of Mindfulness!
This Power is associated with the Color pattern of Silver Gold, and this energy frequency is always available to you in every moment. It’s in your body, it’s in the Field around you. The more you access it, align with it, and strengthen it, the more you will discover a sense of calm, centeredness, peacefulness and outright bliss.

You will:

  • Make less mistakes, have less accidents, be more efficient in your work, and, yes, be a safer driver.
  • Foster warm and loving relationships, because your family and friends will appreciate how attentive you are (and most likely radiate Divine Love right back to you).
  • Feel relaxed, present, and focused because your attention is only on what is right in front of you.

Stop and notice the Divine in each moment, and in each person whose path you cross!

Claim this Power as your own and you will see the world through new eyes – you will realize that every person, every act, and every minute has inherent value, worthy of your honoring attention.


Two ways to the bliss of Mindfulness :

#1: Feeling scattered and overwhelmed? Here’s an affirmation you can sing that is a sure cure for a wandering mind:

“I am present and mindful!”

We recommend that you sing it seven times to help you be more attentive to what’s right in front of you, rather than getting lost in all the thoughts and activities that seem to be swirling around you.

Whether it’s writing an email, working on a project, hugging your dog, or doing laundry, it doesn’t matter. Everything works better and is a lot more engaging when you are present and mindful.


#2: The Mindful Vibrancy Essence is a perfect antidote for too much multi-tasking. Take 14 drops under your tongue daily or whenever you find you’re trying to do too much all at once to the point of overwhelm.

Bless others by bringing your full presence.

The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence.
When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.

~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Wishing you blessings of mindfulness

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