Mindfulness is a simple and profound practice of being totally present, here and now.
Mindfulness means paying attention to your experience, in the present moment, without judgement or resistance.
Mindfulness can include the practice of contemplation and meditation.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is possible at this moment and at any and every moment all day long. In essence it is the practice of becoming deeply aware of your experiences you as they unfold as opposed to drifting through your day and your life totally unaware and on autopilot.
What is Meditation?
Meditation, on the other hand, is the dedicated daily practice of sitting quietly and either noticing your breath, using a mantra, a loving-kindness, guided or any one of the myriad meditations available to quiet your internal dialog such that you reconnect with the quiet centre of your being.
What is Contemplation?
Contemplation is a kind of deep thinking, which tends to be a more modern understanding of the word. The very purpose of the contemplation is to turn your attention inwards and make your life a centring experiment in order to first discover and then embrace your true higher purpose in life.
Mindfulness opens the Path of Self-Recognition, Self-Awareness and Self-Reliance.
Self-Recognition means closing the gap between who you think you are and who you really are, being yourself and eliminating resistance in your life.
Over time and with regular practice, many people find that mindfulness can assist to experience less stress, anxiety and worry as well as greater happiness more self-acceptance.
You still experience difficult thoughts and feelings, but you have a greater capacity to be with them, rather than be trapped by them.
Practicing mindfulness triggers a relaxation response causing your blood pressure to drop, your breathing to slow and deepen and you relax.
Your life unfolds from your sense of self and how you see the world. The more aligned you are between who you think you are and WHO YOU REALLY ARE, the more your life unfolds in alignment with your AUTHENTIC NATURE.
As you regularly practice mindfulness, our brain gets ‘rewired’ as new neural pathways are formed, making it easier to experience this relaxation.
With the increased self-awareness that occurs with long term mindfulness practice, people are able to make decisions that are better for them, rather than reactive decisions based on anger, fear or stress.
Decisions are increasingly based on a mindful response rather than an emotional reaction!
You don’t feel threatened as easily and have more capacity to respond to a situation, rather than just react.
Many people also discover with regular mindfulness practice and over time that they have a greater capacity for self-acceptance, self-love and a natural sense of being at ease, even with challenges such as relationship, financial, work or family difficulties.
The Experiential Mindfulness Program and Course I'm offering has been designed to give you a intimate experience of mindfulness and to assist you in developing the habit of a regular practice. It is designed for you to experience the benefits of mindfulness for yourself, rather than just learn about them.
Many people who practice mindfulness regularly, over time find that they:
FULLY GUIDED EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAM AND COURSE
My Mindfulness Program and Course emphasises on your own natural wisdom, your own innate potential, right here and now. With increased mental and emotional awareness you are able to recognise your individual shadows and triggers which in turn opens the path to express you innate gifts and potentials.
The instructions and guidance will be explicitly inviting you to embrace your whole experience as it happens, in the moment with unconditional acceptance.
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