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Before you read on, we thought you might like to download our three Mindfulness Exercises for free. These science-based, comprehensive exercises will not only help you cultivate a sense of inner peace throughout your daily life but will also give you the tools to enhance the mindfulness of your clients, students, or employees.

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This is a great introductory exercise for beginners to start practicing mindfulness since it can be attempted by anyone with any kind of food (although one with an interesting or unusual texture, smell, or taste is best).

This exercise can be continued for as long as desired and there are many stages you can work through that will help you practice being an observer of yourself. It is not an easy exercise at first because we are often habitually inclined to react to and over-identify with our feelings.

The goal of evoking the Observing Self is to enter a separate mode which allows you to step back from yourself and your experiences. Simultaneously, however, you are connecting with a deeper constant self that is unaffected by dynamic emotions.

Finally, move on to eating, but do so slowly and with concentrated attention. Notice the taste and its texture against your tongue. This exercise may help you discover new experiences with familiar foods.

To begin, sit or lie down in a comfortable position and try to let all tension in your body dissipate. Focus on your breathing first, then move your awareness to what it feels like to be in your body, and finally move on to your thoughts.

In this exercise, you begin by closing your eyes and listening for the cue. When you hear it, your aim is to focus your attention on the sound and continue your concentration until it fades completely. This exercise helps you to keep yourself firmly grounded in the present. You can use the audio below:

To begin applying mindfulness to your anxiety, or that of your clients, has provided a short description of 10 attitudes that will help build the foundation for successfully addressing anxiety:

The key to making this approach to studying work is building consistency in your schedule. Studying for an hour or two every day for a few months will begin to add up. However, studying an hour or two sporadically for a few months will lead to little to no progress.

When planning your study schedule, be sure to account for at least five full-length exams: one at the beginning of your studying and at least four in the weeks leading up to your exam. These may be best scheduled during weekends, holidays, or strategically scheduled vacation days.

Despite your best planning, emergencies and unexpected situations may arise. When we assist students with developing a custom MCAT study schedule and selecting a test date, we consider their personal and professional obligations that may end up consuming more time than expected. These might include professional review periods, family holidays and gatherings, or periods of sickness. Building an extra month or two into your study schedule would allow you to catch up on material that you may be weak in at a much less frantic pace, without neglecting your non-MCAT life.

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