The next Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses in London Bridge begin in January 2016 and run for 8 weeks.
The evening course will run on Monday evenings 630-800pm. (dates and times yet to be finalised)
This course is an opportunity to discover the simplicity and strength of being with your thoughtts, feelings and sensations in a way that is more helpful and more flexible than we may be experiencing in our lives right now. If you are finding that you are being overwhelmed by pressures: whether internal or external, and that these pressures are affecting your day to day living, preventing you from living a life of fulfilment, then mindfulness could be of grreat benefit to you.
The MBSR course was created by American Jon Kabat-Zin in the 1980’s to help his chronic pain patients, at this time he was adopting meditation practices mainly. This soon developed into a more structured programme combining the Buddhist attitudinal qualities of non-judgement, non-striving, acceptance to name but a few, but allowing people to experience their stuff (pain, anxiety, depression, worry) in a more open and trusting way.
There are currently a plethora of articles, books and claims about mindfulness which has given rise to it being called MacMindfulness. I teach mindfulness in a way that helps each person find their way into it, slowly. Mindfulness is not a cure, it is not a quick-fix, but it is a beautiful process to learn to be with all of our daily stuff in a new more helpful way.
You will learn your auto-pilot triggers, your thought chains, what trips you up, and then you have a choice of how to respond to things rather than our old well-worn habit of reacting. This will bring to your life a new sense of freedom: freedom from the tyranny of unhelpful patterns of thinking, of strong emotions and of physical discomfort or pain.
If you are interested in discovering more about mindfulness, or if you are interested in doing the next MBSR training then please contact either email@example.com or me firstname.lastname@example.org