Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory (FMI)

Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory (FMI)
Buchheld et al‚ 2001 & Walach et al.‚ 2006
 
Short Form
Walach et al.‚ 2006
1.    I am open to the experience of the present moment.
2.    I sense my body‚ whether eating‚ cooking‚ cleaning or talking.
3.    When I notice an absence of mind‚ I gently return to the experience of the here and now.
4.    I am able to appreciate myself.
5.    I pay attention to what’s behind my actions.
6.    I see my mistakes and difficulties without judging them.
7.    I feel connected to my experience in the here-and-now.
8.    I accept unpleasant experiences.
9.    I am friendly to myself when things go wrong.
10.I watch my feelings without getting lost in them.
11.In difficult situations‚ I can pause without immediately reacting.
12.I experience moments of inner peace and ease‚ even when things get hectic and stressful.
13.I am impatient with myself and with others. *
14.I am able to smile when I notice how I sometimes make life difficult.
* Revers coded

 

(1) Rarely‚ (2) Occasionally‚ (3) Fairly often‚ (4) Almost always
 
 

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