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The concept of Mindfulness comes from Zen Buddhist and Yogic meditation practices.
This model, which has been defined by the physician Kabat-Zinn, has been assimilated and used since the 1970s in the United States, as an autonomous paradigm in some medical and psychotherapeutic disciplines.

Today it represents a way to pay attention — moment by moment, intentionally and without judging — in order to resolve (or prevent) the inner suffering and reach an acceptance of self. This helps you achieve a greater awareness of your own experiences: feelings, perceptions, impulses, emotions, thoughts, words, actions and relationships.