Mindfulness is a modern concept that describes the adoption of a new mind set,which can measurably alter one`s outlook and mood,and is used as an enpowering tool in the self-management of anxiety and stress.
There are three main concepts to keep in mind wneh practising Mindfulness:
Awareness – nurturing an awarness or an objective noticing or observing in every moment
Non-judgement – adopting a non-judgement mind set on any given situation
Living in the present moment – keeping a sense of living in the moment,without habitually reflecting on the past or worrying about the future.
Mindfulness is a way of paying attention to what is going on in and around us,from moment to moment,without judgement.It’s a natural way of being which is focused and aware,without tension or stress.
Awareness which gives us an understanding of what we are doing, of our strengths and weaknesses,of our likes and dislikes,of our personality,of our emotions.It is not the same as thought and lies beyond thinking.It is subjective.
Coaching which offers a structured process to support personal development,focusing on the issues that are important to you.
I have the questions, you have the answers. I cannot teach a man anything; I can only make him aware that he is unaware what is inside him and then become self-aware.”
Coaching mindfully: this may be explicit or implicit. As a coach, I coach from a state of mindfulness where possible, aspiring to show up with certain qualities, traits, behaviors and perspectives, and committing to certain strategies and practice.
Emotional intelligence is an attitude, a way of being. Coaching is behavior. Both are invaluable life skills which can be developed through awareness and conscious responsibility. Leaders with Emotional Intelligence inspire performance beyond the global commodities of obedience and diligence to an impassioned momentum to innovative and create intangible assets.
The mission of (personal) coaching is to create a learning space where the coachee gains insights by looking insight and elaborates the meaning and purpose of these insights for himself mirrored by the coach.
I simply help you to discover what’s important and support you living in harmony with your deepest values.Awareness is the key to self-knowledge,transformation and effective functioning in the world. Because of that,helping people develop and deepen the practice of mindfulness is central to the coaching work that I do as it provides the basis for awareness in all aspects of our life.
Mindfulness isn`t just a way to the pleasent,peaceful way of life;many people use it as a tool to manage their own stress,anxiety and depression.
Remember,Mindfulness is a choice – you are choosing not to have a full mind…but to be mind-full.You are simply exercising your right to think what you want and when you want,rather than feeling like a slave to your own mind.
Mindfulness based hypnotherapy can help you access the inner sense of calm you need to deal with uncomfortable or distressing thoughts,feelings and emotions.Mindfulness is traditionally developed through the practice of meditation,which does have close similarities with the types of relaxation techniques associated with hypnosis but it is much more than meditation.It is really about cultivating an attitude of mind which can be applied in all sorts of everyday situations.
Long-term benefits of mindfulness based hypnotherapy:
– Improved ability to cope/engage creatively with short and long-term periods of stress.
– Increased calm,relaxation,balance and presence of mind.
– Much greater enthusiasm and energy.
– Lasting decreases of physical/psychological symptoms:stress, anxiety,depression.
– Enhanced ability to cope with and manage physical discomfort and chronic pain.
– A greater sense of control to working with difficult situations.
The success of hypnotherapy depends greatly on the client’s ability to follow instructions and a personal desire for change. As such, hypnotherapy results vary from person to person and I cannot offer any guarantee of success. If you do not want to change, for yourself, you are advised to seek help through other avenues. If you have been sent by another practitioner, then you need to decide on what changes need to be made.