mindful vacation experiences

PersonaHolidays classifies hotels and accommodation of all sort according to Personality and Character Traits. Mindful Vacation Experiences are very much related to where you stay. Your resort, apartment, villa or hotel can be characterized as ‘mindful’ if it has qualities associated with mindfulness.

Mindful Vacations for The Affluent Traveler




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In this selection, we are showing the top-end Mindful Experiences. You can select ‘Luxury’ and ‘Exclusive’ but there are no Budget Accommodation in this group. However, mindful holidays are not restricted to the most affluent. The ‘Artisan’ and rustic accommodation of Bathsheba and the rugged East Coast of Barbados are mindful and soulful places. The East attracts readers, authors, artists and mindful people who love the raw and rustic landscape and a different pace of life. We consider the following attributes are associated with the mindful personality distinguished, dignified, understated, quite, gentle, unassuming.

To see other mindful options, go to the subheading Change Your Options below.

Research on Mindfulness

Mindfulness changes depending on the moment. Still, there are specific traits of mindfulness, common experiences and environments that mindful people like.

According to Contemplative Studies, a Mindful Personality is one that is characterized by Extraversion, Openness to Experience, Conscientiousness and Agreeableness. Mindful people have a low level of Neuroticism. See more at Contemplative Studies.

Sally Hogshead classifies the mindful person as one with a high score of mystique and passion. A person with a Mystique personality communicates with substance. The Passionate communicate with emotion. This combination defines a mindful personality know as “the Subtle Touch”. It is a persona or experience that is “Tactful, Self-Sufficient and Trustworthy – Mindful.”

The mystique aspect depicts a personality that is observant, private, curiosity-provoking, calculated and substantive. The passionate aspects is expressive, optimistic, sensory, warm and social.

Persona Classification

PersonaHolidays has classified Mindful hotels and accommodation experiences as having a high degree of these key criteria: educated, wise, aesthetic. We added affluent with respect to the image above but this will change with the occasion. For this search, we look for high-end properties that we have classified as appealing to people who are educated-wise, savvy, established-affluent and esthetic-spiritual.
Mindful experiences can range from elegant and ultra luxury to rustic and budget accommodation.

Change Your Options

In this search, we are showing a subset of the mindful experiences that include the high-end properties like Coral Reef depicted in the garden picture above.

You can change the options but for now, view budget accommodation by clicking on the links below.

Mindful Budget Holidays >>>>

budget mindful vacations

Rustic Mindful of Bathsheba/East Coasts – >>>>

Bathsheb Mindful Vacation Experiences

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Video – Coral Reef Club Mindful Vacations

 

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More on the Science of Mindfulness 

Source: CMCS – Center for Mindfulness and Contemplative Studies.

Hanley & Garland summarize and interpret the published research literature on the relationship of mindfulness and the “Big 5” personality characteristics. They found 37 relevant published studies that included measures of mindfulness and the “Big 5” personality characteristics to include in the meta-analysis.

Mindfulness has a positive relationship with the “Big 5” characteristics of Extraversion, Openness to Experience, Conscientiousness, and Agreeableness, and a negative relationship with Neuroticism. By far the strongest relationships seen were between mindfulness and Conscientiousness and Neuroticism and the weakest between mindfulness and Extraversion and Openness to Experience. This indicates that the higher the level of enduring mindfulness in the individual the greater the conscientiousness and the lower the neuroticism. These results suggest that the mindful personality is one with high levels of Conscientiousness and Agreeableness and low levels of Neuroticism.

The literature summarized here suggests that mindful people are self-disciplined, emotionally stable, and positive. Although this study did not look at the effects of mindfulness training, it has been previously shown that mindfulness training produces more stable and positive emotions, improved concentration and attention, greater cooperativeness, and better mental health. So, it appears that the emotional stability and self-discipline of mindful people can be produced with mindfulness training. This may explain why mindfulness is so beneficial for the physical and mental health of the individual. It appears from the research that mindfulness contributes very positively to our overall mental health and well-being.

“mindfulness can reduce feelings of anger and depression among people disposed to neuroticism. Other studies by Robinson and colleagues found that while negative feelings tend to lower self-control because they reduce mindfulness, practicing mindfulness can actually increase self-control” – Carolyn Gregoire