Consider Mindfulness as coming home to yourself. The practice has many benefits, a few to mention are, clearing the mind chatter, reducing the volume of what is going on in the mind, makes way to focus on awareness of self, brings stillness and a broader perspective to the present moment. This simple yet profound practice can also help reduce stressors, anxiety, pain relief, and concerns we pay attention to within our inner world. There are many types of meditation involved, silent, mantra, breathwork, sitting, standing, and focusing…to name a few. Learning the art of mindfulness can take time, becoming present is a life gift, and well worth exploring and mastering. It gifts you time and your life when it seeps into your system.
I’m Louise and I specialise in helping people who are struggling to cope with life’s problems by teaching them ways of reducing and managing stress and anxiety and by giving them […]