The mind and body are intricately connected; what we think about has a direct impact on how we feel. When we are stressed, overwhelmed, anxious, worried, or angry, our body manifests these mental experiences as physical sensations. Over time, these reactions become habitual and soon enough we find ourselves stuck in maladaptive habits that can have a negative impact on our health, our relationships, our work, and our sense of purpose.
If you notice that your mind is uncontrollable and you are constantly thinking about the past or worrying about the future, if you are easily triggered by stressful events, if you are not able to effectively calm yourself in tense situations, or if you feel unable to accept your current life circumstances, mindfulness coaching may be right for you.
Mindfulness and Meditation
Whether you are suffering with chronic pain or struggling with daily stressors, mindfulness and mediation are effective, evidence-based tools that can help you confidently manage the demands of life.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Mindfulness meditation is a practice that involves paying attention to the present moment, often by focusing on the breath, bodily sensations, or other sensory experiences. The goal is to become more aware of our thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations without judgment or distraction. By focusing on the sensations and experiences of the present moment, mindfulness can help cultivate a stronger mind-body connection, which can help us become more skillful in the ways we manage stress, anxiety, and pain.