Updated: Nov 27, 2021
Clients have been sharing with me that they are experiencing more than their "normal" amount of anger, anxiety, frustration, and depression, and that their "normal" methods for relief are no longer effective.
During times like these, when traditional approaches no longer serve us, many people look for "alternative" approaches. That's usually how most people discover mindfulness practice. Mindfulness is the experience of focusing one's attention on the present moment. Focusing one's attention on the present moment activates the body's natural relaxation response, which reduces the experience of pain and supports the body's immune, reproductive, and digestive systems.
In other words, mindfulness practice teaches your mind-body how to easily return to a state of relaxation. This is why mindfulness practice is the perfect antidote to stress and anxiety. Sitting meditation is the mindfulness practice with which most people are familiar, but mindfulness practice is literally any practice that supports focus on the present moment.
So, if you are experiencing more stress that normal, mindfulness practice is the perfect antidote.
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