When we have problems or an illness affects us, the last thing we think about is turning those moments into happiness, since our mind is programmed to suffer, however, with some exercises of conscious meditation you will be able to reach that positive attitude that you need.
According to the doctor Robert Benzo, director of the Breathing Laboratory and in charge of the "Mindfulness" program at Mayo Clinic With conscious meditation he "awakens to the knowledge that health can be found even in the context of a serious illness".
In the following video, the specialist explains the objective of the conscious meditation and how it helps you find happiness:
Mindfulness means to awaken attention to what is happening at this moment, that is why the healing process has to do with the way in which the person faces life, lives difficult situations.
The doctor says that "we must find happiness at the moment and that will give the necessary strength and openness of mind to make the best decisions and be more assertive in the future."
The mindfulness that comes with conscious meditation reduces levels of stress, anxiety and depression. Thus, Mayo Clinic recommends the following steps to improve your thinking, better relationships with your peers and increase your happiness.
By focusing on your senses and the reactions of your body you can get an idea of your relationship with food.
Try to practice these exercises of conscious meditation for 15 to 20 minutes, four or eight times a day, although once is enough. Avoid doing it while driving a vehicle.
At the end of these you will notice a change in your attitude and in your state of mind, that is, you will feel a positive, full and happy person. And you, how do you find happiness?