Here are some mindful tips for the holidays:

  1. Set intentions for the holiday season. Consider what you want to get out of the holidays and how you want to feel during this time. This can help you stay grounded and focused on what is most important to you.
  2. Practice self-care. Take time for yourself and do things that nourish your body, mind, and spirit. This can include activities like getting enough sleep, eating well, exercising, getting outside and into nature and taking breaks from technology.
  3. Be present. Try to stay in the moment and fully engage in the activities and conversations you have with others. This can help you connect with others and reduce stress.
  4. Practice loving-kindness. Also known as metta, we cultivate feelings of love, compassion, and well-wishing toward ourselves and others. Staying present and coming from a place of non-judgement is a great loving-kindness practice.
  5. Practice gratitude. Take time to reflect on what you are grateful for and express your appreciation to others. This can help you cultivate a sense of positivity and joy.
  6. Set boundaries. Setting boundaries can help you prioritize your well-being and prevent burnout. It’s okay to say no to invitations or activities that don’t align with your intentions or self-care needs.
  7. Take breaks. The holiday season can be busy and overwhelming, so it’s essential to take breaks and rest when you need to. This can help you recharge and stay mindful throughout the season.

What are some ways you plan to incorporate mindfulness practice into your holidays?


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