Mind Seeds Video: Practicing mindfulness using the five senses

person at a desk doing mindfulness exercise

Our brain is an incredible organ, responsible for every process in our body – including thinking. But sometimes our brain thinks a little too much. Sometimes our thoughts can get stuck on the past or the future, making us feel disappointed, sad, or worried. Dr Lane explains the ‘five sense’ mindfulness activity that can help us be present in the moment using sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.

*Dr Jo Lane is a Clinical Psychologist and Research Fellow at the Research School of Population Health.

 

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