One to One Mindfulness

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“In today’s rush we all think too much – seek too much – want too much – and forget about the joy of just being.”
Eckhart Tolle

Mindfulness practice can bring relief from anxiety and stress. It can also be the first step towards living a richer and more fulfilled life.

As your mindfulness practice develops you can become more grounded, and start to know yourself and the world in a deeper and more engaged way.

“In mindfulness one is not only restful and happy, but alert and awake. Meditation is not evasion; it is a serene encounter with reality.”
Thich Nhat Hanh

In a mindfulness session we’ll meet (either in person or online via Skype) for 50 mins. We can talk about any existing meditation practice that you have, or about what mindfulness can do for you. I’ll lead a guided mindfulness meditation and we’ll have space to talk about mindfulness in your daily life.

We can talk about using mindfulness to help you manage anxiety or stress, or about how a mindfulness practice can support any existing therapies, self-development work, or other spiritual practices you are involved with. We can explore how you can use a mindfulness practice to create a safe space to explore you own thoughts and feelings.

Book a session:

A one off session can help bring immediate relief, and provide support for an ongoing mindfulness practice or other spiritual practices. A one off session will cost £45.

More regular sessions can provide on-going support for your practice in daily-life, and provide a check-in space for anything that comes up during your practice. Regular check-ins with another person can also be a real motivator for continuing your own practice.

Email kaspa@thebuddhisttherapist.com to book a session, or call 07946 715 730 or 01684 572 444. Sessions last 50 minutes and take place in Malvern, or on Skype.

Lower costs may be available to people on reduced incomes. Do get in touch.

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