Learn techniques for being more mindful in your daily life. Mindfulness is the awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, to the present moment.Don't be intimidated by the idea of taking up yoga. Yoga for beginners classes are designed specifically to ease you in gradually into a practice. Yoga poses in beginners classes are easy enough not to put off first timers but just hard enough to stretch your muscles and give you a real workout. What's more there is such a range and variety of yoga styles and instructors for beginners to try that you will certainly find the right yoga practice for you. Mindful Tea Drink For Happiness by Julie Montagu
1. Communication Lesson
Communication shapes our lives and in a world with lots of noise, conscious and active listening becomes increasingly difficult. This exercise is a test of your listening skills that will allow you to communicate more effectiveness. You can perform this exercise while sitting or standing in a comfortable position.
2. Goal Setting Exercise
When we goal set, we create a clear outcome for the future. When we have a clear outcome for the future, we are naturally pulled towards it. We sub-consciously implant an intention in our minds.For this exercise you can visualize your answers to each question or write them down. You can do this exercise with your eyes closed or open.
In this Grokker Premium video Steffy will take you through a short guided mindfulness meditation to help you be present in the moment and relieve stress. Unwind and relax further while Steffy guides your through pranayama, a breathing meditation that will leave you feeling fantastic.
4. Mindful Tea Drink For Happiness
Mindful tea drinking is a pleasant and practical way to bring mindfulness into your daily life. It is an easy but effective way to remind yourself to be conscious in the now, not worrying about the past or feeling anxious about the future. In this session, Julie will explain how she practices mindful tea drinking and shares her special happy tea tonic recipe.
5. Creativity Visualisation
Creativity can be expressed in many forms, through art, words, writing, music, design - the list goes on. In this exercise you will access the creative side of your mind mind, by practicing some creative writing, imagination and visualization. You can go-ahead and find a piece of paper and a pen to write down your thoughts or you can do this exercise as a visualization with your eyes closed.
6. Conflict Resolution Exercise
In this exercise, you will learn to connect your thoughts with your heart, rather than your head, during times of tension and conflict with others. In this mindful practice you will learn to recognize the triggers in your body that cause you to become agitated and stressed by confrontation and conflict. Practice this exercise as often as you feel you need.
7. Mindful Confidence
Do you suffer from a lack of confidence or low self-esteem? If so, it’s important to understand that confidence is a belief and a feeling that you can cultivate by regularly practicing mindfulness tools, techniques, and rituals. In this session, Alister will share with you his top tips for developing a more confident mindset.
8. Extended Big Mind Meditation
This meditation is meant to open the mind to the receptive, spacious quality of attention that comes through the senses and allows us to feel a vast state of mind deeply connected to the present moment. Big Mind meditation is a practice meant to open you into profound spaciousness, like that of the sky. Allow Grokker Meditation Expert Mark Coleman to guide you to a place of quiet joy and peace within the heart. This Grokker Premium video is meant for all levels.
9. Mindful Communication
Effective communication is the key to personal and career success. A mindful approach to communication requires us to listen, speak, and act with compassion, kindness, curiosity, and awareness. In this session Alister will share some simple mindful measures you can take to help you communicate more effectively with others at work and at home.
10. Mindful Eating: 5 Easy Tips To Get Started
Do you ever find yourself rushing through your mealtimes? Or perhaps you get to the end of a busy day completely starving and craving a sugar fix because you skipped a meal? Mindful eating is the act of truly paying attention to what we are eating, when and why. In this session, Julie will explain how a mindful approach to eating can greatly improve your habits and behavior around food. Follow her simple mindful eating exercise at your next meal and you will become more conscious of the way your body reacts to your food choices and the manner in which you eat.