Learning about Mindfulness could be the best thing you ever do. You will discover how to overcome problems such as addiction, anxiety, depression, grief, pain, panic, phobia, sleeplessness, stress, trauma and more.


Mindfulness is the state of being present to what you are doing, giving full attention of mind and body, without judgment or reactivity. You don’t let your mind wander. By paying full attention, you learn not to react to stress.

We learn not to have expectations and be disappointed. Whether experiences are good or bad, we don’t hang on to those we like, or ignore those we dislike. When we accept what is, we are less upset. We deal with things more effectively.

In the present crisis of the Corona Virus Pandemic, this is more important than ever. Having the skills to soothe and calm those anxious feelings that surge is important for our mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. While we can’t change the world right now, we can build resilience and change our attitudes and reactions. Mindfulness practices will help you do that.

Mindfulness comes from Eastern philosophy. In recent years, therapists in the West have discovered its enormous benefits. They have begun to use it to help people to manage stress and stress-related conditions. Whether the condition is serious or just ‘everyday’ stress, the right practices will help you feel better. To find out how, check out the Mindfulness courses under the Course tab above!

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About Mindfulness 2020

Leaning about Mindfulness can become more than a remedy when things don’t work out in the way you want. It can become a new way of life. Instead of having to take action when things have gone wrong, you are ahead of the game. In fact, you are already in the state of mind you need to deal with the unexpected, the difficult, and the unpredictable. Instead of being destabilised, you take it in your stride and get on with life.

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