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What is mindfulness ?

What is mindfulness?

“The present moment is filled with joy

Mindfulness is a meditation-based training method defined as "paying attention to your experience in the present moment, without evaluating or judging it, and observing it as it is."

Recent research has revealed various benefits of meditation, such as reducing brain fatigue and improving concentration, imagination, and happiness. In Europe and the United States, meditation is becoming widely used by global corporations such as Google and Apple, as well as medical institutions, schools, and governments.

Since its origins lie in Eastern philosophies such as Buddhism and Zen, it is a worldview that is familiar to us Japanese, but the reality is that we don't really understand it, with people asking questions like, "Does it mean becoming nothing?" or "Does it mean attaining enlightenment?" Mindfulness is a training that eliminates such religious ideas and programs the practical aspects, so it is characterized by being rational and easy to understand.


Recommended for:

  • I'm overwhelmed with the daily grind

  • Being in a stressful environment

  • I get annoyed at little things

  • I can't get rid of my fatigue even after taking a rest recently.

  • Difficulty falling asleep or waking up, feeling like your sleep is shallow

  • I feel tired of relationships

  • I find myself arguing with my family and loved ones

  • can not become obedient

  • I feel like my head is fuzzy and I can't concentrate

  • It's easy to get caught up in negative thoughts

  • My thoughts tend to get stuck in a loop

  • unconfident

  • Feeling anxious easily

  • Feeling depressed

  • I'm getting sick more easily

  • I just keep procrastinating

  • ​A quitter

Learning Benefits

Expected learning outcomes


  • stress

  • depression

  • sleep

  • High blood pressure

  • Heart disease

  • inflammation

  • Autonomic nervous system and immune system


  • Note

  • concentration

  • Memory

  • Perseverance

  • judgement

  • Decisiveness

  • Creativity

Organizational / EQ


  • Self-acceptance

  • Strengthening your own axis

  • Self-esteem


  • Gain confidence

  • Motivational

Self-management skills

  • Emotional control (anxiety, anger, frustration, depression, panic)

  • Suppressing thought loops

  • Suppression of self-denial


  • Understand the other person's feelings and respond appropriately

  • Consideration for others

Social skills

  • Improved teamwork

  • Improving psychological safety

  • Assertive Communication

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