FREEDOM WITH MINDFULNESS
FREEDOM WITH MINDFULNESS
“Oh, I’ve had my moments and if I had to do it over again, I’d have more of them. In fact I’d have nothing else. Just moments, one after another, instead of living so many years ahead of each day.” Nadine Starr, 86 years old
Mindfulness is a simple everyday practice of paying attention to the present moment without judgements.  As children we appreciate the magic of each moment and are not caught up in what needs “doing” – instead we’re just “being” awake and alive to life itself. Mindfulness reveals a set of simple yet powerful exercises you can incorporate into your daily life. It brings you to your senses – to seeing, feeling and hearing and to becoming aware of what’s going on for you emotionally and mentally. This awareness allows you to take control and manage your life breaking any cycle of anxiety, stress and unhappiness. Mindfulness practices are skills anyone can use and are taught in a non-religious way.

The Benefits of a Mindfulness Practice
  • A greater appreciation of life itself
  • An understanding of the thinking process
  • Improved self confidence
  • More able to handle life’s challenges and deal with anxiety and stress
  • Learning how to work with tension in the body that may be aggravating your stress
  • Sounder and more replenishing sleep
  • Learning how to use compassion for yourself and others to help you develop stability and perspective when life is difficult
  • Developing a personal mindfulness practice to support and sustain you in the future.

Mindfulness is about being kind to yourself as you would a friend, rather than being critical and judgemental. It’s learning to be aware and awake in each moment acknowledging things just as they are – and strangely this acceptance allows us to let go.

Feedback from Participants

"The Course has made me realise that taking time out to meditate has a huge positive impact on my relationship with my family and on the smooth running of my home." Mother

"The Course has helped me to become more self aware. This means that I'm more likely to catch myself in the early stages of doing something, or thinking something that is unhelpful and change it. It has helped me notice the beauty in my life in nature and also to appreciate the times I get to spend doing something I enjoy and to view that actually without guilt, but with appreciation for its nurturing effect." Specialist Nurse

"I have got much more out of this course than I expected. Doing the course as part of a very small group was ideal." Business Professional

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