Mindfulness v Multi Tasking
In mindfulness we often talk about being 'one pointed'. Bringing your attention to one place, at one point in time. Often we use the breath as an exercise to do this, but you can be one pointed about anything: washing up, putting on make up, listening to someone speak, playing with the kids, watching TV, looking at Facebook.It's when we try to do more than one thing at a time, that we stop being one pointed. Our energy and intentions become scattered. We lose focus. We don't get our chores done. We feel bad.