"Core Mindfulness," a component of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), stemming from a Buddhist principle technique. It's prefaced by three areas of focus: to be present, to not judge oneself, and to pay attention. The technique is a practice of the following understanding, with the overall goal of increasing one's awareness:
1. Reasonable mind: thinking rationally or logically, using facts.
2. Emotional mind: thinking emotionally distorted thoughts, determined by mood.
3. Wise mind: a melding or a synthesis of the reasonable and emotional mind.