It can be helpful to keep a journal when working with mindfulness. Keep a log of how it’s going and any fears, failures, and successes. If you are not one to journal, explore teaching mindfulness to others to help you integrate this into your life. Speaking with a therapist or life coach trained in mindfulness can also help with the process. Explore what curiosity without judgement is like. I hate journaling, so creating something (drawing or building) is much easier for me than journaling. Do what works for you.
Allow self-compassion as you transition from a space of reacting with your emotions to mindful observation. This is a difficult task for most because our brains are designed for survival. Judgement and reactions are pivotal in surviving emergencies. Not one person is successful with being mindful 100% of the time. Accept yourself where you are and learn from your experiences.