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Remember how focused you were before all of that mind clutter? Able to put your mind to anything and just get it done.
In today's world we are bombarded with distractions making it difficult to concentrate. It's now estimated that most human beings have a shorter concentration span than a goldfish.
This can be very stressful, and if stress begins to build, it begins to impact our concentration, sleep, emotional balance and even our immune system.
Mind21 was designed for busy people who need constructive time out. It provides the knowledge we need to manage stress whilst simultaneously retraining our neural pathways through mindfulness.
With lifetime access this is an investment not to miss.
I've been working around my own stress and burn out most of my life and for about 15 years I've been drawn to meditation but didn't really understand it, so just carried on regardless.
In 2018 I discovered it's effect on stress and attended the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course. For the first time ever, I witnessed my own mind at rest. A momentary break in the endless cycle of worry.
I was absolutely hooked and went on to complete a masters degree at Aberdeen University.This gave me insight into the science of mindfulness and how it works on stress and our emotional system.So I wrote Mind21.
I recognised that people don't want to admit to stress but also might be too busy to attend an 8 week course. So I took the material from a number of leading courses and chunked it into bite size presentations, that require a 30 minute commitment for 21 days. It works on 3 levels.1. Understanding the science and mechanics of stress & mindfulness encourages us to make different cognitive choices.2. Experiential mindfulness practices help to rewire our brain so we are better able to interrupt stress.3. As we are able to settle the mind, when we are ready, sometimes the underlying causes of our stress emerge. Once we have seen them, they lose their power over us. Motivation, cognitive choice and practice combine to strengthen the affects of mindfulness. For more information about the course and the research, click on Mind21 above.