Learn a New Skill to Improve Your Well-being Did you know mindfulness is a skill? Just like other skills you’ve mastered, it takes time and practice. Each of us has the capacity to live more mindfully, but most of us are not taught how to do so.
Everyday mindfulness allows us to alter our habitual unconscious responses by taking a pause and choosing how we act. Imagine having the power to understand, tolerate, and manage your emotions in a healthier way. You can!
The simple act of breathing is one of the most powerful yet underutilized tools available to each of us. Thankfully the body breathes for us, otherwise, we wouldn’t have the capacity to think of much else. However, breathing with intention is the fastest way to quiet the mind and calm the entire body.
During our mindfulness email series, we will teach you techniques to bring mindfulness into your daily routines. Learn how to incorporate more mindfulness into every element of your day by opting-in today.
Meet Neil & Tina Thrussell, Facilitator of The Everyday Mindfulness Email Series
Tina and Neil believe everyone, especially you have a life purpose. We also believe you were born to fulfill that purpose. You may not know what that purpose is right now, at this very moment, but trust us, you were born to live it!
We also believe that there are many ways to live your life. Our personal path is sharing the Shin Dao (The Way Of The Heart)
The Art of Mindfulness
Meditation is often associated with mindfulness, but before you start rolling your eyes, hear me out! There are many techniques to help you live more mindfully, and meditation is just one of them.
Living more mindfully is associated with numerous physical and mental health benefits. During our Everyday Mindfulness Email Series, we will share with you different techniques and benefits for living more mindfully every day. By learning to incorporate mindfulness into everyday tasks, you can learn the art of living to be in the present moment seamlessly.
It’s natural for the mind to take over when we’re not engaged in an activity. Washing dishes, for example, doesn’t require our full attention. However, this frees the mind to create stress and anxiety. How often do you find yourself in a never-ending thought loop of what-ifs and should-haves? We’re all guilty of this behaviour but we don’t have to allow it.
If you’re ready to say goodbye to thought induced stress and hello to happiness, opt-in to our email series to learn the art of everyday mindfulness.
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