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Mindfulness

Mindfulness means paying attention to our thoughts feelings, body sensations and the environment. This way of being can help us to bring our experiences into the moment and in doing so can enable us to feel more in control and less anxious. It can be practiced by children, young people and adults. There are various […]

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Mindfulness

I recently attended a short workshop on “Recovery through Mindfulness – based cognitive therapy”. A representative of Mind ran the workshop. Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way in the present moment and without judgement. Following introductions we did a group exercise called the ‘Raisin Exercise’. It was incredibly relaxing and we concentrated on […]