Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way:
on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.
Mindfulness is about being fully awake in our
lives. It is about perceiving the exquisite vividness of each moment. We
feel more alive. We also gain immediate access to our own powerful
inner resources for insight, transformation, and healing.
- Jon Kabat-Zinn
Becoming more mindful is the process of becoming aware with gentle curiosity rather than critical berating, of how we react to both internal and external experiences. All of us experience stress and difficult circumstances in our lives that can upset, confuse and anger us. Our minds race on all day long, with or without our conscious attention, leaving us drained and frustrated by the end of the day. We may experience our lives through depression, anxiety, pain and illness. Learning to purposefully pay attention to what is going in our mind, body and heart affords us the opportunity to choose a better way of responding and taking care of ourselves and those we love.
Whether you need support for a chronic condition, a stressful situation at home or work, a turning point in your life, or need space to find yourself or your passion, the intention in mindfulness-based psychotherapy is to facilitate your ability to gain confidence and trust in your own wisdom, building a calm reservoir from which to choose your next steps as a way to take care of yourself and those you love. Individuals and couples. Most insurance accepted. Accessible to all abilities.
For more information/appointment call Char Wilkins at 860-402-9333 or email: email@example.com . website: www.amindfulpath.com