Mindful awareness is about learning to pay attention, in the present moment, and without judgment. This reduces our tendency to work on autopilot, allowing us to choose how we respond & react.
mindfulness and meditation: I teach regular classes, workshops, courses and retreats
mindfulness at work programs
public speaking: presentations and seminars
Mindfulness Coaching can help you understand better the relationship between your thoughts and how they make you feel about yourself, about others and about life in general. Mindfulness can help you manage anxiety and depression, lack of confidence and stress.
Meditation is a simple and effective tool for achieving inner peace, clarity and focus by bringing ones awareness into the present moment. I call meditation the gym for the mind.
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Mindfulness at work
Mindfulness training enhances interpersonal relationships, develops emotional intelligence, increases resilience, enhances innovation and creativity, and improves working memory and attention. We pour a lot of our energy into work, yet the workplace can be a source of great stress as well as satisfaction. Even a moment of mindfulness and awareness can make work a better experience.
Science of Mindfulness
Neuroscience is a fairly new branch of science known as “neuroplasticity,” and it covers the growing body of scientific literature on the effects of training attention and emotion. The notion that we can improve our mental and emotional capacity is validated in Neuroscience research that is finding that what we think, do, and pay attention to changes the structure and function of our brains.
Psychology – Ellen Langer is a Professor of Psychology at the Harvard University. For nearly four decades, Langer’s research on mindfulness has influenced thinking across a range of fields, from behavioral economics to positive psychology. It demonstrates that by paying attention to what’s going on around us, instead of operating on autopilot, we can reduce stress, unlock creativity, and boost performance. “Mindfulness is the essence of engagement,” Langer says. “And it’s energy-begetting, not energy-consuming. She powerfully demonstrates the debilitating effect of mindlessness on our lives.