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"Mindfulness is the intention to pay attention to each and every moment of our life, non-judgmentally."
"Mindfulness the Art of Being in the Present Moment Completely and living a life with awareness intention and focus"
Mindfulness Retreats and Workshops are conducted by Neeta V Shetty she is the Founder of the centre as well as a Mindfulness Practitioner. She is one of the therapist who has completed a 7- Day Retreat of Mindfulness from the revered Thich Nhat Hanh Centre for Mindfulness Plum Village near Bordeaux France.
In 1979, Jon Kabat-Zinn founded the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts to bring a form of meditation known as mindfulness into the medical mainstream. Mindfulness is a basic human quality, a way of learning to pay attention to whatever is happening in your life that allows you a greater sense of connection to your life inwardly and outwardly. Mindfulness is also a practice, a systematic method aimed at cultivating clarity, insight, and understanding. In the context of your health, mindfulness is a way for you to experientially learn to take better care of yourself by exploring and understanding the interplay of mind and body and mobilizing your own inner resources for coping, growing, and healing.
Nearly three decades of scientific research at medical centers all over the world suggest that training in mindfulness can positively and often profoundly affect participants' ability to reduce medical symptoms and psychological distress while learning to live life more fully.
Majority of people who complete the Mindfulness Training have experienced
Lasting decreases in physical and psychological symptoms
An increased ability to relax and overcome sleep disorders
Reductions in pain levels and an enhanced ability to cope with pain that may not go away
Greater energy and enthusiasm for life
An ability to cope more effectively with both short- and long-term stressful situations
Mindfulness is a way of learning to relate directly to whatever is happening in your life, a way of taking charge of your life, a way of consciously and systematically working with your own stress, pain, illness, and the challenges and demands of everyday life.
Mindfulness has benefited people reporting a variety of conditions and concerns:
Stress—including work, school, family, financial, illness, aging, grief, uncertainty about the future, and feeling "out of control"
Medical conditions—including Chronic illness or Pain, High blood pressure, Fibromyalgia, Cancer, Heart Disease, Asthma, GI distress, Skin Disorders, Headaches, and many other conditions
Psychological distress—including Anxiety, Panic, Depression, Fatigue, and Sleep disturbances, Eating Disorders
Prevention and wellness—including health enhancement and wellness focused on prevention and learning the "how" of taking good care of yourself and feeling a greater sense of resilience and balance.
Benefits of Mindfulness
Lasting relief for physical and psychological distress
Cope more effectively with both short- and long-term stress
Greater peace, balance, and enthusiasm for life
Mindfulness Training Consists of :