Haiku Mindfulness

Use 17 syllables to clear your mind.
Beverley Minster at sunrise

Mindfulness is the new buzzword, but have we got it wrong? Many followers use meditation to clear the brain of rubbish, but the 17 syllables of a Haiku in 3 lines, is the perfect way to investigate one’s feeling and thoughts. Take a photo and add a Haiku. It’s more fun than meditation and you have something to show for the effort.

You don’t have to show it to anyone. You might fear others won’t get it.

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