Can you associate or recollect when you ate popcorn and suddenly noticed all you had left in your hands was an empty packet? Or overeaten your dinner without even enjoying the taste of the food or did you remember what you ate yesterday or the day before yesterday?
Often we rush through our life while caught up in our thoughts without noticing things around us in an auto pilot state and allow our feelings to control us.
Mindfulness meditation is simply a method of mental training which is free from any religious aspect. It is about learning to pay attention, in the present moment, and without judgement.
Mindfulness is waking up out of our autopilot state and taking control of the steering wheel of our life our attention.
It begins the process of putting us back in control of our life. Most of us have issues that we find hard to let go and mindfulness can help us deal with them more productively. We learn how to act instead of reacting automatically because of the past conditioning of our subconscious mind.
Mindfulness is the new approach to self-management being aware of the world around us and developing a non-judgmental approach while remaining in control of our emotional responses.
The technique consists of focusing our attention on our breath as it flows in and out of our body naturally. We train your mind gradually to observe how negative thoughts or anxiety arise in our mind and learn how we can get rid of them.
According to an ICM Survey of GP’s in the UK:
72% of GPs think it would be helpful for their patients to learn Mindfulness meditation skills
64% of GPs think it would be helpful for them to receive training in Mindfulness skills themselves
Report also reflect that people undertaking Mindfulness training have also shown an increase in activation in an area of the brain associated with positive emotions.
Research also suggested that
“People who are more mindful have greater awareness, understanding and acceptance of their emotions, and recover from bad
moods more quickly. More mindful people have less frequent negative thoughts and are more able to let them go when
“Meditation practices more generally have been shown to increase blood flow, reduce blood pressure and protect people at risk of developing hypertension, as well as reduce the risk of developing and dying from cardiovascular disease, and to reduce its severity. People who meditate have fewer hospital admissions for heart disease, cancer and infectious diseases, and visit their doctor half as often compared to people who don’t meditate.”
FAQ Frequently asked questions about Mindfulness Practice
This Mindfulness course teaches you the technique which can be used whenever and wherever you need them to help you manage stress anxiety and much more.
Learn how to become aware of negative thought patterns and gain greater mental clarity. With regular practice you experience that your thoughts and feelings are transient and ultimately, you have a choice about whether to act on them or not.
Online Mindfulness Course (with the help of guided Video Lectures) : Cost £99 only . Online support available during and after the course.
Online Mindfulness Course admission process: Course fee :£99 only
Step 1: Pay via Paypal or via credit card at Pay pal website. Once payment is received you would be sent course registration page link and code.
Step 2: Once registration is complete( It shall take you 1 min), you will be send the link of mindfulness course page and password immediately.