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Mindfulness-Based Practices (MBPs)

Mindfulness-based practices (MBPs) involve intentionally and non-judgmentally focusing one's attention on the present moment. These practices have roots in Buddhist traditions but have gained popularity in recent years as secular methods for reducing stress, improving well-being, and enhancing cognitive function.

In language teaching, mindfulness-based practices can be used to help students develop greater self-awareness and focus, and become more motivated. This can lead to improved language learning outcomes, as students are better able to pay attention to and process linguistic input.

The benefits of mindfulness-based practices are numerous and varied. Research has shown that regular mindfulness practice can lead to reduced stress and anxiety, improved cognitive function, and enhanced well-being. Additionally, mindfulness-based interventions have been found to be effective in treating a range of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders, and substance abuse disorders.


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