Learn and do mindfulness and meditation these are great tools to have. Lots of people have trouble with this, I can help. The whole purpose is to get your conscious mind out the way and let your subconscious do its thing in the background. ( So relax you do not have to anything, let you subconscious do the work)
I teach mindfulness and meditations so you can do self healing
You need to learn mindfulness before meditation so you can still your thoughts Because
Mindfulness is great to still you thoughts and bring to the present and be at peace.
When you living in the moment, you start enjoying the world around you and start living your life
Until someone develops self-awareness and mindfulness, they will likely live much of their life on auto pilot, feeling like they have little control over your thoughts, emotions, or life. The truth is that unless someone knows what they’re thinking, feeling, or doing, they have no way of changing it. Simply developing this awareness is the key that unlocks all of your power. Power to direct your own inner voice, choose better-feeling emotions, and making better decisions
With my clinical training, meditation is good to let your subconscious catch up by getting your logical mind out the way so your subconscious can do it think and catch up which can make you feel better. You don’t have to do a thing just clear your mind.
Meditation is good in lots of different reasons on lots of different levels
I here to empower/ teach you to do mindfulness and meditations so you can do it at home.
Meditation nights are coming soon, come join us for self healing guided meditation and fun.
We have made up some Self Help Meditations MP3s done with music to help you on journey, Enjoy
Click on picture for meditations
Square Breathing Tip
As you discovered in the mindfulness and meditation, paying attention to your breathing can help increase focus and decrease stress. This square breathing technique is another method to focus the mind, this time using controlled, deliberate breathing.
Square breathing is very simple. A square has four equal sides. Square breathing has four equal sections. Inhale for 4 seconds, hold it for 4 seconds, exhale for 4 seconds, and then hold for 4 seconds again, and then repeat. If you find it hard to hold your breath for 4 seconds in this cycle, count to 3 when going around your square instead.
It can also be helpful to imagine moving along the edges of a square object, so visualize yourself breathing around the 4 corners of a square, a box, a window, a photo frame, or anything else that’s square.
Looking for a simple way to soothe away tension during a stressful work day? Need a break to refocus your attention? Square breathing is a simple, easy, and effective way to calm yourself and enjoy a few minutes of tranquility.
Continue this activity for a minimum of 5 minutes and as you get used to it, expand the amount of time you continue this breathing pattern to 10 or 15 minutes.