Mindfulness Medidation promotes the good physical and mental health where one becomes
more aware of ones physical, mental, and emotional condition in the present moment without becoming judgmental.
Often we either don't pay attention to what we are experiencing, or we resist it,
or wish we were somewhere else doing something else. We may struggle in vain to stay on top of things, or try to change
them without much success. Mindfulness offers a different way of relating to our life and experiences. Developing
mindfulness is both simple and challenging. We learn these skills through meditation techniques, e.g. focusing on the
breath or body, and exercises to integrate mindful attention in our daily life.
Mindfulness has been shown to be beneficial for a wide range of conditions that include:
- Panic attacks
- Chronic pain
- High blood pressure
Additionally it can be helpful in giving you
- more self confidence
- increased energy
- greater well-being