Indigenous cultures have their own practices of stillness, silences, self-reflection, healing, and visioning. The four-universal positions in mindfulness meditation - sitting, standing, walking, and lying down - are present in earth-based practices. The integration of these practices with the natural world is a paramount indigenous approach to mindfulness. Directly working with nature mirrors the living beauty within one’s own nature. This cultivation of understanding self through a relationship with the natural world invokes memories that ignite curiosity and wonder.