It can be hard to concentrate when your stressed or tired, especially when you need to focus on an important task. International Mindfulness Advocate, Neil Seligman and founder of The Conscious Professional takes us through a 5-minute meditation that will help you to improve your focus
By practising mindful mediation you are able to pay attention to your physical and emotional state, be present, reduce stress and calms your mind.
Take time out of your busy schedule and follow Neil Seligman’s five minute meditation. Yes, five minutes.
As we live in a fast-paced society many of us see multitasking as an essential skill to cope with the demands of everyday life.
While it may seem like multi-tasking allows you to cheat the system and get a lot of things done at once, we actually end up working slower producing lower quality work due to the lack of attention.
Follow this five-minute mediation practise withe Neil Seligman and take time out of our busy schedule to optimise focus and productivity.
A study by Moore and Malinowski revealed that our attention span is positively related to meditation practice and levels of mindfulness. As participants who mediated performed significantly better than those who did not on all measures of attention.
So, take a five-minute break to recharge.
Over the next seven weeks, Neil Seligman will guide you through a series of different meditations. Stay tuned and keep your eyes peeled for some more moments of zen.
More about Neil Seligman
Neil Seligman is dedicated to sharing the power of mindfulness globally, transforming lives, and inspiring excellence in all aspects of human endeavour.
He is the author of 100 Mindfulness Meditations and Conscious Leadership, and the Originator of Soul Portrait Photography.
As a sought after expert, Neil has worked with firms such as Netflix, Accenture and Warner Brothers and has been featured by the BBC, The Mirror, Yoga Magazine, Psychologies, OmYoga Magazine and many more.
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