CAN MINDFULNESS HELP IMPROVE ANXIETY?
1. Mindfulness is a Self-Development approach that can help train the mind to break the habit of incessant worrying.
2. Anxiety sufferers are caught up in a stream of thought. Anxiety sufferers are the first to notice that they over think things. There is a constant vigilance and fearing a ‘perceived’ threat. Mindfulness trains the mind to be more present in the moment by becoming fully aware of each moment. How your body feels, tuning into different sensations inside your body can awaken your ability to be less in the mind and more fully engaged in the now.
3. If your life is a series of individual ‘now’ moments that are creating your future and past – it seems common sense that NOW is where your focus is best served. There are many different styles of teaching mindfulness and each teacher will have their own personal approach. Every month, I host a Mindfulness Group Practice in my home practice in Birchington-on-Sea, Kent. If you are wanting to learn how to let go of anxious thoughts, or simply find out how to develop the art of mindfulness, get in touch.
If you are interested in attending my mindfulness group practice, or if you prefer a few sessions of private mentoring, get in touch. Suzi Tyler +44(0)7836 635233