What is Mindfulness?
The term “mindfulness” comes from contemplative traditions, mainly Buddhism but including others.
Mindfulness is the awareness that comes about by purposefully paying attention in a non-judgmental way, to what is going on in your body and mind, and in the world around you in the present moment. Staying in touch in this way from one moment to the next, this shift in awareness, can lead to seeing things somewhat differently, perhaps to feeling less stuck, or to a sense of having more options, more strength and more confidence in your possibilities, more wisdom.
Mindfulness doesn’t depend on what is happening, but about how we relate to what is happening. It approaches life from a place of compassion, with no self-judgment, no matter what challenges may have to be faced.
Depending on the type of programme you choose,
“No one needs to be fixed, because no one is broken”