Can AI Help Us To Engage In Mindfullness?


3 min readAug 7


That's me, zoomplanet, practicing mindfulness. Some of you might say I seem a bit tense, and you would be right. I've been on vacation, and today is Sunday which means tomorrow I have to go back to work again, so yah. I'm frickin tense. Also my nose is stuffed up which is why I only have one nostril, for those of you who look too closely at things..

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. We often find ourselves rushing from one task to another, barely taking the time to stop and breathe.

We feel this even more so having had a year or two hiatus with Covid.

In the midst of this chaos, it’s easy to lose sight of the present moment and become disconnected from our inner selves again.

Maybe we started getting a better handle on Mindfullness when we only had ourselves and the wall to communicate with during covid world. Now all that practice seems to have disapeared and been replaced with mini episodic heart burn or heart attacks as the days hours pour thru the hourglass again.

Can mindfulness help us slow time back down again?

Mindfulness is the practice

of being present, and fully engaged in the current moment, without judgment, and without distraction.

It’s about paying attention to your thoughts,


and physical sensations as they arise,

and accepting them .

without trying to change or resist them.

Through mindfulness, we can learn to cultivate a sense of calm and inner peace, even amidst the chaos of everyday life.

One of the most beautiful things about mindfulness is that it can be practiced anywhere, at any time. Whether you're sitting at your desk, walking in nature, or simply washing the dishes, you can bring a mindful awareness to your experience. By doing so, you can connect more deeply with the world around you and cultivate a greater sense of gratitude for the present moment.

Another beauty of mindfulness is that it can help us to develop greater self-awareness and emotional intelligence. By learning to observe our thoughts and feelings without judgment, we can begin to recognize patterns in our behavior and make conscious choices about how we respond to different situations. This can lead to greater personal growth and a deeper understanding of our own needs and desires.




Nomadic procrastinator suffering from run-on sentences-caught btwn a 9 -5; an exp passport; a 30 yr mtg;+a dog who has sep. anxiety when no oxford comma is used