From a therapeutic, nonreligious standpoint, mindfulness is a conscious awareness of the present moment. Openness and lack of judgment towards the experience are examples of this. It frequently coexists with other therapeutic modalities like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), or acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
Relaxation is not a focus of mindfulness treatment, though it may come about as a byproduct of some techniques. Our goal is to become more conscious of the ideas, emotions, and behaviors that impede our development. When we become more adept at doing that, we may interact with those facets of ourselves, develop language skills, and decide how to react.