Jill Also Teaches Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness practice, inherited from the Buddhist tradition, is being employed in Western psychology  to alleviate a variety of mental and physical conditions, including obsessive compulsive disorder and anxiety, and in the prevention of relapse in depression and drug addiction.

Mindfulness is a beneficial practice for everyone.  Over time, mindfulness brings mental fitness, just as exercise brings physical fitness. Just being able to concentrate and focus better brings rewards.  People report more zest for life and feeling calmer and happier with regular practice.

Mindfulness increases awareness.  Awareness brings choice.  Choice allows you to take control of your actions rather than being driven by habits you don’t even notice.

You can live life in a more fulfilling way when you are engaged with the reality of your present experience, setting aside habits such as being judgemental or critical of yourself or others and letting life be just as it is.

Releasing yourself from the constant conflict inherent in wanting things to be other than how they actually are frees you up to make the most of what life offers.

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