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How to Be Here Now

Do you ever feel like you’re stuck on auto-pilot? Moving from one thing to another without really enjoying anything? It sounds like it’s time for a little Mindfulness refresher.

In case you’re new here -Mindfulness is when we intentionally develop a non-judgmental awareness of our thoughts, sensations and emotions in the present moment. Being non-judgmental of our thoughts/emotions/sensations is the key to the process because it helps us step away from the self criticism or negative voice that often keeps us stuck. Mindfulness exercises help us to develop a different relationship with our experiences by allowing us to objectively view ourselves rather than be immersed in our emotions/thoughts/feelings. Don’t get me wrong, you still get to feel your feelings, you just do it non-judgmentally, which means you stay with the feeling without trying to fix it or change it, and that makes all the difference.

So often I hear clients say that they simply don’t have time for Mindfulness in their daily lives, or it’s hard to remember to do it even though they find it helpful.By integrating some Mindfulness into our daily lives, even in small doses, we can take ourselves off auto-pilot and back into the present.  The truth is even the busiest individual has time for some Mindfulness and I’m going to tell you how.

Morning stretch

Good morning! E