Mindfulness is focusing your full attention on what is happening in the present moment, observing how you feel – your physical body, emotions you are feeling, thoughts you are having – without any judgement.

Our emotions change and there is no right or wrong about them. By being in the present moment we can simply be aware of our current experience instead of dwelling on the past or anticipating the future.

For many, life is automated – going from one task/event to another, multitasking, possibly unaware of the mood/emotions they are experiencing. Yet, like the hamster on the wheel, we keep going and going, not connecting how our thoughts, emotions, feelings are connected to how our physical body is responding and currently feeling.

The practice of mindfulness allows us to see how our thoughts are affecting our body, and this gives us the opportunity to choose better-feeling thoughts to create a better-feeling reality. It can help with:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Concentration
  • Clarity & Insight
  • Relaxation

Through mindfulness techniques, you can experientially learn to take better care of yourself by exploring and understanding the interplay of mind and body, and mobilizing your inner resources for coping, changing, and healing.

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