Mindfulness is a meditative practice whose essence is to pay intentional attention to the present moment without passing judgement. Mindfulness derives from the teachings of Buddhism, but in the 1970s it was reworked by an American physician, John Kabat-Zinn. His model is used today in clinics, medical disciplines, psychotherapies, schools, jobs and other fields. It is a mental education that teaches us to experience the world in a completely new way and can be integrated into everyday life. People of all ages, professions, conditions, and personal characteristics such as the highly sensitive person can benefit from the MBSR Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Programme. Science shows that this programme serves people who suffer from anxiety, stress, depression, physical and chronic pain, it also shapes the mind and improves the relationship with oneself and others.