This is a practice out of A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook, Foreword by Jon Kabat-Zinn, and co-authored by Bob Stahl Ph.D. and Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D. (New Harbinger, 2010). This short mindfulness practice is meant to be sprinkled throughout the day to support you in becoming more present, reducing stress, and being more effective in every day life.
10 thoughts on “STOP: A Short Mindfulness Practice”
Thanks for sharing this fantastic mindfulness tip. I could practice doing STOP every time I feel stress out and confused on what to do next.
hi 5 =]
Well done, thanks for sharing.
@AumAmen1 I was going to say something rude, but i realized that that would be just as stupid as you commenting the looks of him.
If you dont like him, dont watch him, and he wont even change look, no matter how much you scream so why bother?
yeah, he may be really white, but if all you can think of is looks, then please do this for me, since looks is SO important to you.
Take a mirror, and grab some duct tape. Tape the mirror to your face, and never take it away.
Hope you’re happy. I know i am
Wow! That was very relaxing! What a great way to practice mindfulness 🙂
Thanks this is great as I am doing the Mindfulness course and have got the hang of the other exercises except this one. I now know how to do this thanks to you. 🙂
this dude looks like a racest
Good job Elisha.
I agree with Cherry a smile or a twinkle would be perfect.
good one, but a little smile at the end would go a long way