The present moment is the only time in which we can truly feel, experience, learn, grow and heal. We are only alive in this moment. The past is over and the future is not yet known. Mindfulness helps us to be present to ourselves and our life so that we can fully experience what it means to be alive - now.
What is Mindfulness?
It can become a constant challenge trying to maintain wellness in the midst of a busy routine and time pressures.
At Mindful Way we understand that it can be difficult to step out of this state of more or less constant doing and step into a state of being, but we also believe that it is so worthwhile as by cultivating mindfulness in our day to day lives we learn to live with more ease no matter what life presents us with.
- Lasting decreases in physical and psychological symptoms
- An increased ability to relax
- Reduced pain and/or an enhanced ability to cope with pain that may not go away
- Greater vitality and enthusiasm for life
- Improved self esteem and self acceptance
- An ability to cope more effectively with stressful situations
8 week MBSR course **FULL**
From 24th January 2017 on Tuesday evenings Novara Centre, Bray Seafront
Day of Mindful Living
2nd April 2017 Novara Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow
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“I was in a dark place – scattered and stressed. I felt completely overwhelmed with everything in life. This course changed all that for me. It taught me to enjoy life and live it moment by moment. “Thoughts are just thoughts”. It taught me to be kind to myself and to slow down. It has helped me in every aspect of my life. Thank you!.”
” Attending this course transformed me from someone who did not feel in control of their life, to now feeling completely in control of my thoughts, my feelings and my life. I have re discovered happiness. I have left sadness behind. I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the course and the benefits for my life have been immense.”