Q. HOW CAN MINDFULNESS THERAPY HELP SOMEONE WITH ANXIETY?
A. A busy mind is a little like having a cluttered room. It is less efficient and a bit messy.
Mindfulness is an approach that maximises the mind’s potential.
Anxiety sufferers are caught up in a stream of thought without space. There is a constant vigilance and fearing a ‘perceived’ threat. Perceived pressures and fears that have not yet happened and might never happen.
Mindfulness Therapy trains the mind to create a beautiful feeling space.
When you approach every mindfulness practice with a fresh and curious mind, you are training your mind to value the simple things. When you can appreciate the simple things, the bigger things can surprise and delight you. An attitude of gratitude with an optimistic, well trained mind, has no room for fear.
If you can devote a few moments of ‘quality YOU TIME’ to simply follow the natural rhythm of your breath, as you allow thoughts to come and go. You are creating a space for inner peace and calm to take up residence.
If you are interested in booking onto a six week mindfulness training, get in touch. New classes beginning September. Private one-to-one and Group Sessions available.