What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is based on ancient meditation principles of paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgementally.
Although Mindfulness draws heavily on Buddhist traditions, it requires no particular belief system, and is entirely secular in its approach.
How does it work?
We tend to spend much of our time ‘in our heads’ with our thoughts. We ascribe great meaning to these thoughts, and by accepting these thoughts as ‘truth’ or ‘fact’, we allow them to create the negative emotions that trouble us. Mindfulness helps us to separate ourselves from negative thoughts and focus on the present moment.
Who is it for?
Mindfulness can help you with:
- Anger issues
- Anxiety, panic or excessive worry
- Difficulty concentrating or lacking in focus
- Difficulty coping with everyday problems
- Feeling unable to enjoy life as much as you’d like
- Irrational fears and phobias
- Lack of confidence and self-esteem
- Low moods and depression
- Problems with eating and food
- Sleeping difficulties or insomnia
- Stress at work or at home
Is it effective?
Hypnowellness Mindfulness techniques have been uniquely developed in collaboration with BABCP-accredited therapist Lorna Vincent PG CertCBT, PG DipCBT, and are based on our own experiences of various mindfulness models and meditative approaches. Read our testimonials here.
Would you like to know more?
Call me FREE now on my direct line: 0800 246 1838 or just use the contact form on this page. An initial consultation is always provided without charge and can often be arranged at short notice.