You can practice mindfulness and stress reduction using these proven techniques:
First is the mindful breathing technique that involves spending a few minutes focusing your awareness on the movements of your thoughts and your breath in and out without trying to change them in any way.
Secondly is the body scan technique that involves sitting down or lying flat on the ground to focus all your attention on one part of your body at a given time. This enables you to notice physical sensations that you should not judge or react towards. You can start the body scan from your foot's soles and then move gradually to the knees, hips, belly, chest, neck, and head.
Another technique is mindful eating, where you practice eating slowly and deliberately while you focus your attention on the body sensations of smelling, tasting, chewing, and swallowing food.
Another technique of mindfulness-based stress reduction is loving-kindness meditation. This exercise typically required you to direct positive thoughts and wish to yourself, then close family and friends, then other distant relations, and finally, the entire humanity.
Finally, mindful walking or rolling technique involves paying close attention to your breathing, your body movements, and the surroundings. Ideally, mindfulness can also be done when you are doing regular exercises such as yoga.