Anxiety is workable. This is one of the main objectives of the Saturday, February 21 workshop, called Calm Your Anxious Mind with Mindfulness at Practical Wellbeing.
No one likes the experience of anxiety. Many people report a variety of symptoms including fear, worry, and restlessness among others. What are yours? For this reason, it is not uncommon to search out ways to get rid of the discomfort and unease.
By coming to the workshop this Saturday, you will learn that anxiety is workable.
Here are two ways that we will develop in order to meet this challenging experience.
The first thing that we will do is to learn that it is possible of feel some stability in our minds and bodies. Through formal practices of mindfulness, you will begin to experience a sense that it is possible to find a calm and stable inner core that is part of you. This is an important insight to uncover as it provides a sense of strength and confidence to begin to explore your experience of anxiety.
The second way in which the workshop will help you is to learn that we can approach the challenges of anxiety with kindness, generosity, and compassion for yourself. There are many ways in which this can be done. One of the first things to realize is that the experience of anxiety is not a defect and it can be partly understood as a natural human reaction to stress and challenge. We will also explore how the direct cultivation of kindness and generosity for ourselves can be started in order to meet these mind and body states with utmost care for yourself.
To find out more please visit http://practicalwellbeing.ca/calm-anxious-mind-mindfulness-workshop/