How might the direction of your life change if you could learn to at-ease from judgment?
How the Field Journal works
The mind is constantly taken over by patterns of negative thinking - thoughts that we are worthless, that we have let others down, or that life is never going to improve. Gone unnoticed, negative thinking patterns amplify further negative thoughts, leading you to believe that change is impossible.
The Mindfulness Field Journal is the first of its kind. It encourages the daily practice of setting an intention, challenging perceptions, disarming judgmental thinking, and taking mindful action. Shown to be reliable interventions, the daily prompts found in the Mindfulness Field Journal were crafted utilizing participant feedback from mindfulness group discussions.
"MINDFULNESS IS A SIMPLE, DELIBERATE ACTIVITY; AN ABOUT-FACE TO AN UNAWARE LIFE. IT MEANS TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR OBSERVING THE HABITUAL PATTERNS OF YOUR THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS, WHILE RECOGNIZING AND DISARMING JUDGMENT ABOUT THEM. IT IS AN INTENTION TO REALIZE YOUR PRESENT STATE IN EACH EMERGING MOMENT."