“Mindfulness is about love and loving life. When you cultivate this love, it gives you clarity and compassion for life, and your actions happen in accordance with that.” Jon Kabat Zinn
What is mindfulness?
Who should practice mindfulness?
Here we do “Mindfulness Now” Mindfulness-based stress reduction(8weeks) Mindfulness-based Cognitive therapies & various Healing and stress-related workshops.
For Children & schools
- Making the experience a challenge rather than a chore and thus turning the observing of one’s life mindfully into an adventure in living rather than one more thing one “has” to do for oneself to be healthy.
- An emphasis on the importance of individual effort and motivation and regular disciplined practice of the meditation in its various forms, whether one “feels” like practicing on a particular day or not.
- The immediate lifestyle change that is required to undertake formal mindfulness practice, since it requires a time commitment (45 minutes a day, six days a week minimally).
- The importance of making each moment count by consciously bringing it into awareness during practice, thus stepping out of clock time into the present moment.
- A therapeutic orientation, which makes people to help in cultivating ongoing motivation, support, and feelings of acceptance and belonging.
For Individual stress reduction
For cancer Patients
“Mindfulness is not a cure for cancer but certainly can contribute to the overall well-being of the body”.