Mindfulness

Mindfulness


Mindfulness has been an aspect of many religious and meditative practices, but that does not mean it has to be practiced as part of a religion.

Mindfulness is very different than our regular way of thinking.   Modern research, including brain scans, is showing that regular practice of mindfulness can successfully treat depression, anxiety, improves executive functions of the brain, improves sleep, and leads to better health.

While there are different types of mindful practices, the underlying principle is moment-by-moment, intentional, hovering conscious awareness of one’s experience, without judgment.

We sometimes use regular Mindfulness practice in our work with people.  Mindfulness rewires our brains in the direction of health and optimal development.

  •  We are offering, at no charge, a 45 minute Thursday Mid-day Mindfulness experience.  It begins at 12:05 PM,  on the first Thursday of each month,  the first one is on October 5, 2017.  No experience with mindfulness necessary.  If you would like to attend, please call to confirm and reserve space.

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