HOW DOES IT WORK?
Mindfulness increases moment-to-moment awareness so that we can notice and change our ingrained negative automatic reactions, rather than cut off from aspects of our experience. This enables the individual to respond creatively to the challenges with more choice.
It helps us to tune in to what is going on in our mind, body and emotions day to day, and to work directly with the struggles, rather than ‘swept away’ by the current of challenging thoughts, feelings, worries, pressures and responsibilities.
WHO CAN BENEFIT?
Anyone can learn and practice mindfulness. It is open for everyone interested in cultivating mindfulness in their everyday life and work situation.
You can practice it anywhere, and the results can be life-changing.
SOME OF THE BENEFITS :
Anxiety, stress, depression and exhaustion all decrease with regular sessions of meditation.
Memory improves, reaction times become faster and stamina increases. In short, regular meditators are happier and more contented.
Mindfulness can dramatically reduce pain and the emotional reaction to it. Recent trials suggest that average pain ‘unpleasantness’ levels can be reduced by 57 per cent.
Mindfulness improves working memory, creativity, attention span and reaction speeds. It also enhances mental and physical stamina and resilience. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...
Mindfulness refers to 'kind accepting awareness'.
It is about living fully in the present. This means paying attention to what you are doing, as you do it, without judging or trying to change the experience.
Mindfulness can really improve the quality of our life and transform the way you think and feel about your experience of day to day living. It cultivates a whole approach to life and living rather than just a momentary meditation technique.