Out of all the mind-body techniques I have learned and use, mindfulness has made the most difference in my life for healing my anxiety, releasing fear and doubt, and cultivating a compassionate relationship with myself and the people around me.
Until I finally committed to a mindfulness practice, I didn’t even know how much my thoughts controlled me or how hard I could be on myself!
For years I intuitively knew it could be good for me, but I honestly thought it sounded like torture.
Me, sit still for even a couple of minutes without thoughts, yeah right?!
Luckily, I was required to start a mindfulness practice in my PhD program guided by a clear and compassionate teacher, and I can honestly say, it changed my life!
Now I am aware of my thoughts as they come up and can instantly work with them to create a new story. One that puts ME in charge and focuses on the reality I want to create, not the fearful story my primitive brain tries to tell me to keep me safe.
The results I have created in my life and the lives of my clients are so much bigger than “just a mindfulness practice.” They are embodied awareness and embodied freedom, through learning to work with your mind and befriending your body.
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