Why mindfulness?

Mindfulness provides new degrees of freedom to living life fully and wisely with less stress, and more control, resilience and wellbeing.

The world’s facing a growing epidemic of stress and anxiety.

People are looking away from pharmaceutical ‘quick fixes’ and towards a more natural, healthy way of creating ease and calm in both their personal and professional lives.

There’s more and more compelling scientific evidence that mindfulness, and mindfulness-based meditation, has a measurable impact on behaviour, creativity, compassion, wellbeing, self-awareness and cognitive function.

Mindfulness is all about learning how to focus your attention in the present moment without being overwhelmed by thoughts, events, and circumstances. It’s a skill that can be developed through practice, just like any other.

Research has shown that people are happier when their minds are focused and not wandering.  The ability to “pay attention, in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgementally” as Jon Kabat Zinn* defines mindfulness, is available to us all.

*Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

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Benefits of mindfulness

Learning how to focus your attention in the present moment without being overwhelmed by thoughts, events, and circumstances will enable you to:

Be at peace with yourself

  • Be fully present, here and now
  • Learn that everything changes; that your thoughts and feelings come and go
  • Learn the distinction between you, and your thoughts – “I am not my thoughts”
  • Be more connected to yourself, to others, and to the natural world
  • Increase your self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-compassion
  • Become less judgemental of yourself (and others)
  • Experience uncomfortable/vulnerable thoughts and feelings safely
  • Have more balance, less emotional reactivity
  • Lighten up and be less burdened by seriousness and over-responsibility

Feel better

  • Improve mental clarity, concentration, relaxation and sleep
  • Experience more calm and peacefulness
  • Balance blood pressure and the immune system
  • Improve energy levels and reduce fatigue

Become more resourceful

  • Develop more kindness, compassion and courage
  • Develop the ability to listen deeply and speak your truth
  • Develop the ability to stay grounded, centred and composed even in the midst of craziness
  • Become less disturbed by, and less reactive to, unpleasant experiences
  • Become less judgemental of others
  • Have more direct contact with the world, rather than living through your thoughts
  • Develop resources for facing fear, sadness, anger and grief

“Mindfulness was the key to improving and developing what I have been trying to do for years … (have) a sense of calm, being in the moment and enjoying it.”

Tina Fitz-Gerald, Osteopath
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