What is mindfulness? It’s a question that is often asked and below is just one definition of it.
“Mindfulness is a method of paying attention and becoming aware of our thoughts and feelings. In so doing, we learn how to respond to situations rather getting caught up in the habit of reacting automatically out of unconscious conditioning.” Rob Nairn (2008)
We are the only centre in Wales to provide compassion-based mindfulness training to both individuals and businesses.
Compassion-based mindfulness is a secular form of meditation that can be practised at home and in the busiest situations at work. Our compassion-based mindfulness training deals with tackling the root causes of stress and anxiety by implementing a set of simple guided techniques that combat negative thought patterns.
The essence of compassion-based mindfulness is to treat any negative thoughts with compassion and loving kindness. Ultimately, compassion-based mindfulness teaches us that we are human and gives us the ability to accept our humanity with all its frailties.
Compassion-based mindfulness originated from Buddhist teachings but is now taught in a secular manner.