With life becoming more and more hectic due to increased demands and responsibilities, people may find themselves becoming stressed, “burnt out” or feeling out of control. This may result in increased physical tension, poor concentration, anger, irritability and difficulty coping with life’s challenges.
Mindfulness has been practised for thousands of years by Buddhists, and is now becoming a popular method in traditional psychology. Mindfulness can help you develop a calm, non-judgemental awareness of your own sensations, feelings, thoughts and urges without feeling overpowered or controlled by your experience.
With formal training in medical hypnosis obtained through the College of Medical Hypnosis, combined with studies in Buddhism and mindfulness meditation, we can teach you the practice of calming the mind to help with various issues:
“Do you have patience to wait till your mud settles and the water is clear?
Can you remain unmoving till the right action arises by itself?”
- Lao Tzu