Mindfulness Meditation is about learning to experience life fully as it unfolds - moment by moment.  It provides a greater sense of well-being and enthusiasm for life, as well as improved self-esteem. There is an increased ability to cope with stress and pain and to deal with life’s challenges in a calm and constructive manner.

Mindfulness meditation is beneficial when experiencing:

  • Stress relating to work, finances, family
  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Stress associated with a chronic illness such as cancer, arthritis, heart disease
  • Depression
  • Stressful relationships
  • Eating disorders and addiction recovery

Just like we train our bodies with exercise, we train our minds to become centered and aware of what is happening in the moment.  This is done through a number of practices, including: meditation on the breath, walking meditation, body scan.

The two key elements of mindfulness practice are:

  1. Awareness
  2. Acceptance

Both of these elements are simple but quite difficult to master.  By practicing diligently, even for a few minutes a day, we gain a better ability to stay with what is actually here, in this moment, rather than being pulled into the past or future, or focusing on how we wish things would be.  This capacity to be present brings deep levels of joy as we begin to see the many blessings that are already here, in each simple moment, no matter what situation we find ourselves in.

- Eckhart Tolle

Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it.  Always work with it, not against it.  Make it your friend and ally, not your enemy.  This will miraculously transform your whole life.


Sign up for this free four week course of 3-minute meditations to focus your mind, increase energy and productivity, connect with your inner purpose, and improve your relationships

You will receive a new 3-minute meditation in each of the four weeks.

You will also receive monthly reminders to pause and return to the present moment.