Need a Hint?

Firstly, I believe mindfulness offers a ‘hint’ of how things can be when we experience being grounded and present in the moment.  We find ourselves in a space where we become less reactive and more responsive and therefore able to think more clearly. Increased mindfulness practice helps us to become more self-aware.  From here we can notice in a non-judgmental way our thoughts, bodily feelings and emotions. Acknowledging our inner world frees us up to living with greater awareness and compassion.

Secondly,  I have added  a ‘hint’ or two of mindfulness training to all programs in order to enrich the learning experience as participants are grounded in the present.  I’ve found it helps to clear the mind and encourage learning. See testimonials.

The style of mindfulness practice used is based on Gene Gendlin’s Focusing.  As you learn this skill through repeated practice,  you will feel it open you up to experiencing life (and work!) in new and exciting ways.

“Don’t worry about what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
Howard Thurman