inclination to be mindful or aware
(as understood in Buddhism and psychology) paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgementally
* 2014 , Who, What, Why: What Is Mindfulness? , BBC
- The Oxford English Dictionary "also notes that the term is 'in weakened use'. It's been diluted from its origins to now encompass all manner of meditation techniques, treatments for daily stress, even ways to lose weight."
* mindefull, mindfull (obsolete)
Being aware ((of) something); attentive, heedful.
, date=December 10
, author=Marc Higginson
, title=Bolton 1 - 2 Aston Villa
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Alex McLeish, perhaps mindful
of the flak he has been taking from sections of the Villa support for a perceived negative style of play, handed starts to wingers Charles N'Zogbia and Albrighton.}}
(obsolete) Inclined (to do something).
*1596 , (Edmund Spenser), The Faerie Queene , V.5:
*:These noble warriors, mindefull to pursew / The last daies purpose of their vowed fight, / Them selves thereto preparde in order dew […].