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Meditation and Mindfulness Courses for Wellbeing

Mindfulness Meditation

  • Stay calm under pressure
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  • Reduce or remove negative thoughts
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  • Manage stress
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  • Be more resilient
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  • Enjoy your life!

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a mental state achieved by focusing your thoughts on the present moment.

Your current feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations are acknowledged, and accepted. Mindfulness will not remove the pressures of life. But it can help us react to those pressures more calmly, and so improve our emotional and physical health.

Mindfulness helps us to recognize our instinctive reactions to everyday events. These reactions are often unconscious and driven by our emotions. Once we are aware of our habitual reactions we can start to change them.

Mindfulness techniques are scientifically researched approaches which enable us to cultivate clarity, insight, and understanding of our reactions to everyday stresses.

The practice of mindfulness allows us to be fully present in our daily lives. And so improves our quality of life.

Mindfulness is helpful for all types of people. People of all ages and backgrounds. Mindfulness is not a religion. People of any faith or none can find it equally beneficial.

Mindfulness originated in the East but it is now widely accepted as a very effective way to manage stress. There is a wealth of scientific data linking mindfulness and meditation to stress reduction, and it is now recommended by many doctors and National Health Service practitioners. It is also practised in many schools.

To view my blogs on Mindfulness Meditation, and related topics, click here.

Mindfulness helps you to:

  • Recognise and slow down, or stop, automatic and habitual reactions
  • Respond more effectively to complex or difficult situations
  • See situations more objectively
  • Become more creative in handling difficult situations
  • Achieve balance and resilience. At work and at home

Covid-19 Policy

Due to the current situation caused by the Covid-19 lockdown, all Mindfulness Meditation tutorials will be conducted online, using either Zoom or Skype. Course materials will be emailed to you in pdf format. Supporting guided meditations will be sent in mp3 format using WeTransfer.

To enquire about booking an individual session or a course of four sessions, please call me on 01293 541144. Should you wish to be contacted to discuss the possibility of booking a face-to-face session when I can re-open, please email me with your details and I will make a note to call you at the relevant time.

Mindfulness Meditations for your use

Below are two simple exercises of mindful breathing, for you to use whenever fear or anxiety arises. They are from a book by a Vietmese Buddist monk called Thich Nhat Hanh; 'Fear: Esential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm'. They are both approximately 10 minutes long. Once you are familiar with the principles and technique you can lengthen or shorten these meditations to whatever time you have available.

For either of these meditations you have the option of also playing your preferred background music if you find this calms you more, although traditionally mindfulness meditation is practiced without music.

Identification of the In and Out Breath Meditation

Staying with the In and Out Breath Meditation

Mindfulness Meditation Course (Maximum 2 people)

The Mindfulness Meditation for Wellbeing course consists of four sessions in total. The duration of the first session is 1¾ hours, and includes a full consultation. This is followed with 3 further 1 hour weekly sessions (or whatever is mutually convenient).

The cost of the four sessions is 165.00 per person, payable in full at the start of the course. Supporting material includes detailed course notes and guided meditation mp3 files (or CDs if preferred). You will be provided with home practice after each session. Optional 1 hour follow-on sessions are also available on request.

For further details on any of the above, please call Sally on 01293 541144, or email: .