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Definitions of heedful in various dictionaries:
adj - taking heed
adj - cautiously attentive
adj - giving attention
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Paying close attention mindful. See Synonyms at careful.|
|aware of and attentive to.|
|paying careful attention to something or someone:|
|Aware of and attentive to.|
|taking heed giving close and thoughtful attention|
|Heedful might refer to|
|Mindfulness is the psychological process of bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment, which one can develop through the practice of meditation and through other training. The term "mindfulness” corresponds to the Pali term sati, which is a significant element of Buddhist traditions. Followers of Buddhist teachings utilize mindfulness to develop self-knowledge and wisdom that gradually lead to what is described as enlightenment or the complete freedom from suffering. The popularity of mindfulness in the modern context is generally considered to have been initiated by Jon Kabat-Zinn (1944- ).Research studies have consistently shown a positive relationship between trait mindfulness|
* and psychological health. Studies also indicate that rumination and worry contribute to the onset of a variety of mental disorders, and that mindfulness-based interventions significantly reduce both rumination and worry.Clinical psychology and psychiatry since the 1970s have developed a number of therapeutic applications based on mindfulness for helping people experiencing a variety of psychological conditions. For example, mindfulness practice has been employed to reduce depression symptoms, to reduce stress, anxiety, and in the treatment of drug addiction. The practice of mindfulness also appears to provide numerous therapeutic benefits to people with psychiatric disorders, including to those with psychosis. Further, the practice of mindfulness may be a preventive strategy to halt the development of mental-health problems.Clinical studies have documented both physical- and mental-health benefits of mindfulness in different patient categories as well as in healthy adults and children.
* Programs based on Kabat-Zinn's and similar models have been widely adopted in schools, prisons, hospitals, veterans' centers, and other environments, and mindfulness programs have been applied for additional outcomes such as for healthy aging, weight management, athletic performance, helping children with special needs, and as an intervention during the perinatal period. The necessity for more high-quality research in this field has also been identified – such as the need for more randomized controlled studies, for providing more methodological details in reported studies and for the use of larger sample sizes.