Appreciation through mindfulness also allows one to experience the minute detail of physical existence. For example, the work behind the presentation of the food we eat:
From the planting of a seed, the growing and nurturing of the vegetable, the harvesting of the crop, the washing and preparing for sale, the delivery from the farmer to the shop, to our larder, from our larder to the cooker, the work of the cook or chef, from the cooker to our plate, the taste we experience, the energy we gain, the zest we feel when energized by the food.
When one is appreciative, through mindfulness of the recognition of the work required to deliver what we need in our everyday incarnate existence we offer no negativity and are grateful for what we receive, irrespective of what it is. We give thanks and encouragement, promoting high frequency responses in the process, avoiding the potential low frequency responses relating to Karma.