We live in a frantic world, a world that pushes us to be highly productive, to do a lot and possibly to do many things together – isn’t it true that we brag about being multitasking?
To be clear: there’s nothing wrong in doing.
But there’s a limit, and the limit is our wellbeing, both physical and emotional.

Mindfulness encourages us to stop, to breath, to observe, to be. And even if this may seem to many a useless loss of time, a passive state of being, it is not; all the people who practice Mindfulness regularly can tell you that being mindful and breathing are the best way to feel good, to gain clarity, to live instead of surviving.