To stay on top of our emotions, we need to have the right mindset. By practicing mindfulness, a derivative of ancient Buddhist teachings, we’re able to keep tabs on our emotions and make sound decisions when things don’t go to plan.
To put things simply, mindfulness means awareness. Practicing mindfulness offers a way to pay attention to the present moment, without judgement.
Mindfulness is derived from Buddhism, and can help reduce stress,anxiety and conflict, whilst increasing resilience, emotional intelligence, and improving communication in the workplace.
During a busy week we spend so much time rushing around, we may think we’re being productive and efficient. As far as the brain is concerned though, we’re working against the grain, and can lead to tiredness.
Becoming more aware of your emotions as they arise gives you more choice on how to manage them; mindfulness helps you increase awareness by noticing the sensation in the body. With regular practice, mindfulness helps us flip the switch so we’re back in control of our emotions, enabling us to choose a more appropriate response.
Course duration: 4 weeks
Sessions: 4 (1x 60 min sessions per week)
What participants say
If you want to live less stressfully and learn to enjoy life, then I suggest attending this course!