✨✨✨ FREE MINDFULNESS WORKOUT ✨✨✨
Did you know your brain is wired to focus on negative things and to quickly forget about positive things? Because that’s what helping for survival!
However that makes us easily forget all the good things we do.
If you want to feel more postive about yourself, you need to train your brain to focus on the things that are good about you. This might feel a bit uneasy at first, but you will get good at it, really quickly!
So this week, every day, take a moment to pause and think about what was good about you so far today. And when you think about it, also bring back all the sensations about it. The sounds, the smells, what did you see, how did it feel. That is important to really make the change.
Have a great week!
ps I hope the people that planned to plant persil all around the Wellington Station, feel really good about themselves. Because I love it! Did you know??
Are you doing things on automatic pilot at lot? Are you often busy in your head, thinking about the days and weeks ahead? Or going over and over again, about what has happened already?
If the anwer is yes, than unfortunately you miss out on a lot of things that are happening during the day. Things that are fun, beautiful, touching, nice, relaxing, lovely, awesome, delicious, and great! You are also more vulnerable for depression.
Luckily, with mindfulness, you can change this, by learning to live more in the here and now, and by living less on autopilot, so you have a happier life. Just by showing up for your life, right here, as it unfolds, by training your attention!
So this week, make a start by noticing when you are distracted. Noticing when you are running on autopilot, or just not taking in, what is right here.
8-week mindfulness stress reduction is back in the Hutt this term, pm me on Facebook, or look at the Facebook event for info or signing up.
Have a good week!
Free Weekly Mindfulness Train-Your-Brain Workout!
This week another group of awesome people are finishing my 8-week mindfulness for happiness course, and I’m very proud of their hard work and achievements! Let me know if you want to be in the next class!
Our brains are not wired to be on the lookout for all the good and positive things that are right here. Instead our brains are always looking for what is negative and what can go wrong, just protection for survival really. So we have to make an effort to rewire the brain by consciously training it to focus on the good stuff that is going on, so we can feel good!
So everyday this week, you are going to make an effort to remind yourself of three things, that are right here, that you are grateful for. No matter how small, it’s worth giving it some attention.
I’m joining the Grateful In April challenge. I hope you will too, you can signup on their webpage gratefulinapril.com or like the facebook page.
Awesome Wellington Street art! Train your brain!
Hello lovely people, here’s the weekly mindfulness workout for this week, if you are up for it 🙂
Coloring is vey relaxing and reduces stress, it is a fun form of meditating.
It makes you use parts of your brain you might be ignoring, it improves your concentration and motor skills, it is cheap and you can do it by yourself or together, you get lovely results and will feel accomplished. If you have children you might also find that they want to color as soon as they see you’re having a good time coloring!
So to get you started I offer to email you my handmade free coloring pages to color in this week, just let me know where to email them to. And feel free to let others know about this too 🙂
Have a relaxed Christmas,
Hi all, Weekly Mindfulness Workout this week is just something to keep in the back of your mind this week. Your mind can be full of all sorts of thoughts, popping up one after the other. Remember that your thoughts are just a couple of words your brain is producing and you do not have to take them all so serious! Notice how often thoughts that pop up are useless this week and you decide if they are! Have a great week!