What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is an expression that comes from the Anglo-Saxon language, the origin of which is in Buddhism. It
is a state of mind that is characterized by the awareness of one's own
physical experiences, feelings, and thoughts, without immediately
switching to automatic responses.
The current experience in fulness means: being fully
aware of the current experience. You can translate the word
"mindfulness" with "mindfulness" or "attention." Openness speaks from
these words. Attention focuses primarily on noticing. This is different
from "attention" and "concentration", where you focus on one subject.