Mindfulness and Compassion

Mindfulness implies maintaining a minute by minute awareness of our thoughts, feelings, substantial sensations, and overall state through a delicate, supporting focal point.

Mindfulness also includes acknowledgment, which implies that we focus on our thoughts and feelings without making a decision about them—for example, without accepting that there is a "right" or "wrong" way to think or feel in a given moment. When we practise care, our thoughts focus on what we're noticing right now rather than rehashing the past or imagining what's to come.

Compassion literally means "to endure together." Among feeling specialists, it is defined as the inclination that emerges when you are confronted with another's misery and feel compelled to alleviate that suffering.

Compassion is not synonymous with compassion or selflessness, but the concepts are related. While sympathy generally refers to our ability to understand and feel the feelings of others, empathy is the point at which those sentiments and musings incorporate a desire to help. Thus, charitableness is the kind of magnanimous behaviour frequently prompted by feelings of empathy; however, one can feel sympathy without acting on it, and unselfishness isn't always propelled by sympathy.

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