What is Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a way of paying attention, in the present moment, to oneself, others and the world around us. It involves learning to direct attention to our experience as it unfolds, from moment to moment with acceptance, flexibility and curiosity. It is a natural state of mind, focused, present and aware. This open minded way of paying attention to our experience in the present moment, supports us to develop healthier and more compassionate responses to ourselves, as well as to situations and events in our lives.

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Benefits of Mindfulness

Research over the past 32 years indicates that a majority of the people who complete this program report
  • Significant and lasting reductions in physical and psychological symptoms
  • A greater capacity for relaxation and more energy and enthusiasm for life.
  • Enhanced self-confidence and improved self-esteem.
  • An increased ability to handle both short term and long term stressful situations more effectively.
    Participants often report that they have developed new skills and inner resources to help them relate
    differently and cope more effectively with life’s challenges.
  • An increased ability to handle both short term and long term stressful situations more effectively.
    Participants often report that they have developed new skills and inner resources to help them relate
    differently and cope more effectively with life’s challenges.
  • Enhanced awareness and insight into emotions and an improved capacity for emotional regulation.
  • Mindfulness training has been shown to enhance relationships and build emotional intelligence.
  • Many people find that their concentration, levels of attention and focus are improved after completing
    mindfulness training.

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