The mind is a wanderer and it will jump from one thought to another and the pattern goes on. This ability of mind makes it challenging to focus on the work you are doing. So, to increase your focus you can use Mindfulness and EFT to enhance focus. Being mindful simply means being aware of your thoughts and what is happening in the present moment-to-moment.
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Our next Monthly Mindful Well-being session is Sunday 25 August 2019 4:00 – 5:15pm and it will look at using Mindfulness and EFT to improve focus. You will be introduced to the powerful self-help method EFT ‘Emotional Freedom Techniques’ to teach you to give your energy an intentional direction: relaxed, open and focused. A topic that is key to anyone studying or who has children studying and something that can be learnt.
“I have experienced many terrible things in my life – some of which actually happened.”- Mark Twain
Is this true for you? If yes, you’re not alone! Join us on Sunday 21st July 2019 from 4:00 – 5:15pm for our next Mindful Well-being session focusing on Anxiety.
“Reiki is a blessing: an instantaneously-conferred “Sacred Potential” – for Healing, Protection, and Spiritual Development.” – James Deacon
In the minds of most people stress can cause illness and that conversely, a fun-filled occasion with loved ones can soothe aches and pains and stave off the very same illness. Over the last few years, the intriguing and pervasive links between neuroscience and the immune system has been uncovered. This field of study is known as Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI), a mind-body discipline that firmly establishes the link between our psychological state and our physical health. Reiki has become increasingly more popular as it looks at this mind-body connection.
Self-esteem is a sense of your self-worth. It’s the attitude that you have towards yourself. Research shows that developing mindfulness skills may help us build secure self-esteem—that is, self-esteem that endures regardless of our success in comparison to those around us. Mindfulness is a way of being aware of the present (moment to moment), with an attitude of openness, curiosity and non-judgment.
Our monthly Mindful Well-Being sessions are 75-minutes in duration and open to anyone over 15. The sessions are suitable for anyone who is committed to developing a secular personal Mindfulness meditation practice, including those who may have experienced stress, anxiety, depression, grief, or other challenges in their lives.
Join husband and wife team, Peter and Connie, from Hum for a relaxing sound bath at Sound Therapy Immersion. You will drift away from the physical world into a peaceful relaxation, allowing the sounds to reach an inner depth. Be guided into deep relaxation through breath and mindfulness to fully surrender and immerse yourself in the vibrational sounds of crystal singing bowls, Native American flute, drums, rattles, chimes and more. If you allow yourself to deeply surrender and relax, your body can naturally move into its healing phase. Saturday 29th June 6.00pm to 7.30pm exclusively at Active Mind Body Studio, Shop 3, Level 1, 324 Kingsway, Caringbah.
Mindfulness is conscious awareness of your thoughts and the impact they have on you, so you can release the thoughts that aren’t serving you and replace them with more positive ones that will help you get the results you want. Through meditation and mindfulness, we can begin to discern whether the thoughts we are having are helpful or unhelpful. Once you have control of your thoughts you can transform your life.
Active Mind Body is launching Mindful Well-Being Sessions on Sunday 26th May to celebrate Mindful May. Mindful Well-Being sessions are designed to teach you the art of Mindfulness. It is simply bringing your awareness to your own experience – and truly being – in each present moment. Mindfulness is conscious awareness of your thoughts and the impact they have on you, so you can release the thoughts that aren’t serving you and replace them with more positive ones that will help you get the results you want. Becoming more mindful in everyday living allows you to see the extraordinary in the ordinary, to reconnect with your body as well as your sensory experience, and to become more responsive to the challenges of everyday living.