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Mindfulness – Part 2 – Meditation

Welcome to the second part of Mindfulness where we will look at meditation. In part one we looked at slowing things down and the importance of checking in with our mind to allow us to regulate our mood. In this part we will be looking at how we … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Part One

How many times have you eaten something but haven’t actually tasted it, or driven to a location and not remembered how you got there? How would it feel to slow down and take your time over a meal? Or maybe take a shower and actually pay attention to the shower … Continue reading

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Sit back and enjoy the ride

I came across this on the internet, by accident. I like the roller-coaster analogy. Not sure about the meditation. Control The answer to control is … Sit back and enjoy the ride

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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by things?

Are you finding things over whelming? Sometimes our thoughts run away with us, and as a result we feel like our brain is going to explode. Continue reading

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Anxiety Continued…

This is the next instalment for managing anxiety. Continue reading

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Anxiety

Anxiety and breaking it down in to Thoughts – Feelings – Behaviours Continue reading

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What helps you maintain equilibrium in this busy world?

I can find life really busy and sometimes I feel extremely overwhelmed. Thankfully I don’t, as a rule, suffer from anxiety or panic attacks. I think I put that down to being able to see what my weeks will look … Continue reading

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Mindfulness is a way of bringing awareness to everyday life. There have been many studies carried out that show that it can mean less worry and more peace. Like everything new, mindfulness takes practice but with time it will become a way of life. Continue reading

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Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a way of bringing awareness to everyday life. There have been many studies carried out that show that it can mean less worry and more peace. Like everything new, mindfulness takes practice but with time it will become a way of life. Continue reading

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Shame – the forgotten emotion | Bob Cooke | LinkedIn

Shame – the forgotten emotion   Interesting Read Source: Shame – the forgotten emotion | Bob Cooke | LinkedIn

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