• Shell & Bron

Sensory Mindfulness

Updated: Sep 10, 2020


Using our senses (any or all), let us take in the world around us, without having any judgement. Let us simply embrace being present in the current moment.⠀

See: look around you, notice the colours, shapes and textures. Notice the small details, like the shape of the door handle, or the size of the window. Find the unique patterns in the architecture or in nature (wherever it is you are).⠀

Hear: notice the sounds around you. They are not good or bad, they just are. Sounds might be internal, like breathing or digestion. Sounds might be close by or more distant like the sound of traffic.⠀

Smell: shift your attention to notice the smells of your environment. Maybe you smell food, perfume or flowers. Just simply notice them without judgement.⠀

Taste: Notice any taste in your mouth, this can be something you are or have just eaten or drunk. Or you can just notice your tongue in your mouth, your saliva, or the feeling of your breath as you exhale. Try moving your tongue over your teeth to help you become more aware.⠀

Touch: focus your attention now to the feeling of your skin against your clothing, or chair; your feet in your shoes or on the floor. Notice the weight of your body. Feel the warmth or coolness of your body. Feel the textures in the items that surround you.⠀

If any of these senses are not for you, skip over them to those that are.⠀

Stay with each sense for as long as you would like. When you are ready bring yourself back to your world.⠀

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