WHAT IS MINDFULNESS MEDITATION?
Mindfulness meditation means paying attention – deliberately paying attention to the present moment without judging it.
Would you like to discover the power of paying attention? If so, why not try my free ebook 21 Ways to Integrate Mindfulness into Your Day.
This free download shows you how you can experimenting with focusing on just one thing each day. There is space to reflect on your experience.
Whether you are new to mindfulness or have an existing practice, this is a great way to explore a different way of your practising.
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Most of us spend the majority of time either stuck in the past with events that can’t be changed, or thinking about the future – caught up in the dream tangle of ‘If only...’
When we are stuck in the past or caught up in the possibilities of the future we are not present and we miss so many of the moments that make up our life.
We can learn to cultivate awareness of the present moment by practising mindfulness – through formal and informal meditation practices.
You can learn how to practise mindfulness
meditation on a secular 8-week course held in central London as well as
learning one to one.I also offer workplace tasters and sessions around the country. If you would like to experiment with informal practices, download my free 21-day challenge on the left.
Who is this course for?
Mindfulness meditation has been shown to be helpful for all of us – whether we are suffering from physical or emotional pain or simply the ‘full catastrophe’ of life, that is, the joys and sorrows of being human.
We all suffer from stress at some point in our lives and learning to be present can make our lives feel richer and more fulfilling and help us manage the ups ands downs of everyday life.
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