Come and experience Mindfulness in the forest of dean and enjoy stillness, peace and calm to get you through your day.
Do you ever look back and wonder where the past 10 years have gone?
Have you driven somewhere recently and release you’ve missed big chunks of your journey?
Do people you love say “You never listen to me!” or do you lose concentration at work?
Mindfulness is a way of becoming more engaged in the present moment, so you can participate more fully in your life. It helps you tap into inner resources that are already there and always available to you. Not only that, but it can help you concentrate better and be more focused, with a sense of stability.
If you find yourself catastrophising about what might happen, are lost in the past or planning the future, mindfulness can ground you back in the present moment. By paying more attention to the present moment, and your own thoughts and feelings, you can improve your mental and emotional wellbeing. Through this, mindfulness can help us enjoy life more and understand ourselves better.
With practise, mindfulness helps you see destructive behavioural patterns and habits before they happen, so that you can choose more helpful and healthy responses.
Mindfulness is recommended by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as a way to prevent depression in people who have had three or more bouts in the past.
Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, talked about his experience of mindfulness when Ford nearly declared bankruptcy. “The practice of mindfulness kept me going during the darkest days,” he said. [Harvard business review]
Ready to experience inner peace, stillness and calm? Book your session of mindfulness in the Forest of Dean today!