Increasing our mindfulness is a great gift of love to our self and to all those who come in contact with us. It means that we know the level of our conscious of motivation, feelings and thoughts, and we examine them regularly.
Examining our consciousness is crucial and it needs practice. The more we practice to live in now, the more we are aware of us. We should never let our yesterday take up too much of today. Past events often put us in a condition of excuse, and dim our ability to dream for a beautiful future.
Conscious people live in now and they listen to sounds outside as well as from within and they learn themselves better than others. They learn to treat their own brain and body better. It is not that easy to learn to live in now but when we practice to listen to our thoughts and our bodily responses, we learn to manage it.
When we learn to increase our mindfulness, it allows us to reduce tension, increase understanding, and build strong relationships. The better we know our self, the better a person we can become. When we know our self, when we become a better person, people all around us get benefited as well and they enjoy our company.
Anger is an emotion that we often miss to handle and in an angry mindset, we behave inhumanly sometimes. Our responses to the world are worse than ever in other emotional states and we lose our temper, and people have to struggle to understand us properly.
When we practice mindfulness, we get aware of our emotions including anger and when we get angry we understand that it will ultimately lead us to some sort of fear or sadness. Being mindful, we do not let anger overcome our mind and body. In fact, we come to know about the reasons behind the anger which help us heal our self and love others better.