In a world where so many things are trying to grab our attention, we often forget to give our attention to the person who needs it the most; ourself! Our true presence is the greatest gift we can give to ourself or another.
Most of the time, most people are either ruminating about something in the past or worrying and trying to plan the future. We are surrounded by a culture which reinforces this idea to be living in the past or the future, but not so much in the present. We ourself then promote these beliefs of not being “Ok” in the here and now.
Mindfulness and meditation help us to step out of our storylines and conditioned mind patterns in order to choose to come back to our authentic self. So much of our life is missed because we are too busy getting lost in our own thoughts. The practice of mindfulness and meditation allow us to bear witness to ourself through our attention with self-awareness. This practice has also been know as “Heartfulness” because of the much needed self-compassion we bring to ourself in the process of our practice. This coming back home to yourself over and over again creates a stability, solidity and clarity within so you can lead a more healthy life. We learn how to Respond rather than react in day to day life from habitual conditioning; Balancing the Mind.
I work with individuals and professionals who are ready to transform them-self so as to live a healthier life style through the tools of mindfulness and meditation. This may take the shape of one-on-one sessions or in a group setting in order to build a work-life balance and/or promote corporate wellness in and out of the office.
I will teach you meditation and mindfulness tools/techniques and the teachings from different practices to support and guide you in your own journey of self-discovery so that you may find your own truths.
The real question is: What kind of life do you want to lead?
What is Mindfulness anyways? The most Fundamental Definition of Mindfulness is: To be Pay Attention on Purpose to your moment to moment experience non-judgmentally. In other words, we start to be aware of our internal state in the present moment.