Mindfulness Based Therapy

"Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgementally." Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn

 

Mindfulness is a power within you. It is part of the very innate workings of your mind and brain. The core power it has is called: focus. The values it emphasizes are attention, alertness, caution, and carefulness. Mindfulness awakens your potential to practice the skill of noticing so you can process difficult thoughts and feelings. It can help you control your mind, and your behavior.  With practice, you will live an authentic live and discover the real you!

  • Mindfulness is improved through practice and contemplation
  • Mindfulness therapy enhances your mental awareness
  • There is a lot research that proves the benefits of mindfulness.
  • You will harness energies to deal with upsetting feelings, while learning to focus on thoughts and mental cognitive abilities, such as planning, thinking, organizing, and decision-making.
  • Mindfulness skills will contribute to your health and happiness.

Mindfulness therapy can help you have a quiet mind so that the mental distractions, mental clutter, worry, and disturbances will no longer interfere with your daily routine. It can help you process your feelings so they don't create burdens in your life. It can help you stay focused in the present moment so that you can have joy, happiness, and balance. When you learn the skills of mindfulness, your self-control and mental control will greater improve.

Mindfulness therapy can involve learning meditations, breathing techniques, and practicing contemplation. These practices will help you attain peace and help you handle your thoughts and feelings. Learning about different philosophies will help you achieve a new mind-set, improve your self-confidence, and your relationships. Working with a therapist who has mindfulness training can be beneficial to your therapy, healing, and well-being, as the therapist will guide you into a process of healing that can move away the unwanted thoughts, feelings, and start you on a new path of healthier, and wiser living.

Magdalena Lovejoy is a mindfulness coach, trained with her guru Swami Vagishananda Saraswati for 3 years.