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A team of HSE healthworkers from Mayo, who help people suffering from emotional conditions such as borderline personality disorder, have won a national health award for their work.
Mindfulness is a practice that can teach us how to enjoy life to the full and how to relax even when there is a lot of pressure in our life. It teaches us how to make the most of every day and find contentment even in the routine of each day. This eight week course runs on Tuesday evenings starting on February 10. You can choose to attend a course from either 6pm to 8pm or from 8.30pm to 10.30pm. The course is being held in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, and is led by Derval Dunford and Ann Caulfield. Further information and booking from the Family Centre at (094) 9025900 or see www.thefamilycentre.com.
There is currently a view that mindfulness is a cure-all, that it can deal with many different issues for many different types people.
If you are affected by stress, anxiety, depression, or you just want to learn to cope with your busy mind, mindfulness may be what you need. This intensive eight-week course in mindfulness-based stress reduction can transform your relationship with stress, improve your health, and increase your enjoyment of life. The next course begins in Knocknacarra on Tuesday evenings starting September 16.
A mindfulness and meditation course, run by the Irish Mindfulness Institute, will take place in Athlone on Saturday May 17.
If you are affected by stress, anxiety, depression, or chronic pain, try mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). This intensive eight week course can transform your relationship with stress, improve your health, and increase your enjoyment of life. The next course begins in Knocknacarra on Tuesday evenings from April 15. There will also be a day-long introduction to mindfulness on April 27.
Perhaps to begin with a definition is best. Mindfulness is knowing what is happening while it is happening, with a non-judgmental attitude, indeed an open curious attitude. So what does this mean for you? With so many demands of modern living, we often follow habitual patterns. We repeat again and again the same old reactions to life events, particularly when our buttons are pushed. This usually leads to the same old unsatisfactory outcomes. As Tony Robbins once said, “Do what you always do, and you will get what you always get.” To enhance our own wellbeing, and respond to life’s challenges in a new way, it is helpful to train our own minds to become more aware of, and to weaken, our habitual patterns.
Do you struggle with weight loss, stopping smoking, sleeping difficulties, or back pain? Has your obsessive compulsive cleaning, post traumatic stress difficulties, sports injury, panic attacks, arthritis, or chronic fatigue got you down? Medical treatment helps, but so does cognitive behaviour therapy with mindfulness (CBTM).
A poll of psychologists has cited emotions as the top obstacle to weight loss.
Mindfulness is a practice that can teach us how to enjoy life to the full and how to relax even when there is a lot of pressure in our lives. It teaches us how to make the most of every day and find contentment even in the routine of each day.