Constant Mindfulness

Mindfulness –
Is not something you do for 30mins a day. You do it all day in an unbroken line.

To be ‘mindful’ of something is to take care of it and we have to be careful and ‘mind’ our mind all of the time.

We have to mind our perspective, our resolve, our speech, behaviour, livelihood, effort and concentration all of the time – that’s how we evolve as a human being.

The qualities of our mind are awareness, focus, sensitivity and intensity. If we lack in any of these we become lazy or distracted.

Mindfulness is the key to meditation and the portal to our wisdom mind.

If you have trouble ‘meditating’ or focusing it’s because you haven’t done the preparatory work of mindfulness.

I teach how to do this as the basis of my Tai Chi Coaching Programmes.

It will transform your life and martial arts.

One thought on “Constant Mindfulness

  1. Dear Steve,

    Thank you very much for your perspective on mindfulness. I would like to inform you that one of my latest posts can be of considerable interest to you, for I have distilled a great deal of observations and conclusions along similar themes. It concerns being present in the moment with awareness and (engaged) mindfulness. This highly engaging and expansive post is entitled “🔄📈📉 Change Rules and Moment Matters: How to Stay in the Moment 🔖🕰️🔂“, published at

    The said post opens with this paragraph:

    A spiritual outlook with a minimalist perspective on life that is conducive to happiness is often predicated on living in the present moment through mindful awareness emancipated from the vagaries of the subconscious and the itinerants of the mind.

    This post discusses mindfulness, meditation, spirituality, religion, Nature and so on. I welcome your input since I am curious to know what you make of my said post as well as your perspectives on those matters discussed in my post. I look forward to savouring your feedback there!

    Thank you once again for your pertinent and well-written post.

    By the way, my late father used to be a Tai Chi teacher for many years (on a completely non-profit basis).

    Wishing you a productive November doing or enjoying whatever that satisfies you the most, whether intellectually, physically or spiritually!

    Yours sincerely,


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