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Mindful Self-Compassion & Mindfulness Training ONLINE LIVE
What Mindfulness IS
|Posted on 17 May, 2014 at 10:17||comments (1565)|
Mindfulness is a psychological process that enables us to focus our attention, on whatever is appearing in the field of our present moment awareness, and to remain open and curious to that experience. Consequently allowing us to step back from conditioned reactivity, thereby enabling more freedom of response to external and internal events.
|Posted on 27 July, 2013 at 8:19||comments (468)|
Mindfulness , enables us to become more aware of our hidden, and often unhelpful, mental habits. These mental habits can restrict us from experiencing life as it really is ,in the present moment
|Posted on 16 May, 2013 at 13:09||comments (500)|
understanding and acceptance of suffering ..is not....like sitting in one's own dirty bath water and believing that acceptance means you should'nt do anything.
Indeed acceptance is an act of courage that calls for wise action. So if we only focus on the ability to engage and understand pain we actually miss half the story.
|Posted on 17 January, 2013 at 10:09||comments (865)|
Mindfulness Training, allows us to move from a psychological position, where we are mostly governed by mental habits, and old thinking patterns, to a mental state that is more about present moment awareness "being in the now". Amazingly this allows us to open to new possibilities in our lives, observing and responding with a more open attitude to events.
The next Mindfulness Introduction evening is on Tuesday 12th February at 7pm in the Clayton Hotel Galway cost €5.00 . The next Mindfulness 8 week training course starts Tuesday 19TH FEBRUARY 2013 7PM CLAYTON HOTEL GALWAY
|Posted on 24 January, 2012 at 11:04||comments (548)|
"There is nothing wrong with thoughts ..but sometimes they may point us in the wrong direction " ( Saki Santorelli)
THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK
|Posted on 2 November, 2011 at 14:28||comments (475)|
Write your post here.
Maybe thoughts and thinking are not the problem ,,,, maybe its our relationship to our thoughts that can some times cause us problems