Reduce your Stress through Mindful Living

We all know that modern life can be extremely stressful. And of course most everyone wants to know how to reduce the  stress they feel in their relationships.

A good option is to learn the practice of mindfulness, which is well-known to help alleviate stress (I trained at Bangor University to teach the famous 8-week Jon Kabat-Zinn Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programme).

A daily mindfulness practice will greatly enhance your life. There’s no doubt about that. And … there’s more to reducing stress than just practicing mindfulness techniques.

 

Recognising this, I blended my theoretical and experiential knowledge of mindfulness with the principles of Self-inquiry.

From the synergy of these two powerful approaches to life I created a simple, easy and highly effective way of reducing stress.

I call this simple practice “Heart-centred Mindfulness”.

What will learning Heart-centred Mindfulness give you?

  • Simple relaxation methods that can be practiced anywhere at any time.
  • Simple practices to reduce and even live completely free from anxiety.
  • Solutions to problems you’ve been struggling with may spontaneously pop into your mind.
  • All mental and emotional pain can be resolved.
  • Even physical ailments may find healing, or at least a reduction in pain.
  • Post traumatic stress, and other trauma from your past, can be dissolved.
  • You’ll be able to see a clear way forward into your future – from the clarity of this present moment.

 

Developing the skills of Heart-centred Mindfulness can pay dividends in every area of your relationships, work and life as a whole.

Living from mindful self-compassion, acceptance, kindness and gratitude are the keys to reducing stress

“I feel much more calm, peaceful, and less stressed”

Emma Morley

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May you enjoy increasing clarity, calm and abundant well-being,

Leo

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