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"Altogether, the idea of meditation is not to
create states of ecstasy or absorption,
but to experience being " -Trungpa
Mindfulness is a practice rooted in Buddhist techniques and philosophy. Mindfulness helps to promote mental, emotional, psychological, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. Mindfulness practices aim to increase our awareness of the present moment with a sense of acceptance without judgment. Mindfulness practices address emotional challenges, physical pain and relationship, bringing compassion, forgiveness, loving-kindness and joy to our body, heart, mind and community.
We work together to promote self-discovery, thus understanding the blocks to our awareness that promote suffering, as well as cultivating the key attitudes of mindfulness that break down those blocks:
Adopting a Beginner’s Mind
Faith & Letting Go.
Learn to apply mindfulness practices and self-compassion to yourself, your relationships and your daily experiences.
Learn practices such as:
Developing Curiosity & Awareness
Enhancing Sense Perceptions
Meditation & Mantra Meditation
Practicing the Pause
As we work together, we begin to clear our thinking and energy blocks. Through our mindfulness sessions, we learn to become aware of our defence mechanisms and our experiences in the world. Mindfulness helps us gain insight into how the practices of fitting and labelling limit our awareness.
Mindfulness practices move us from a place of fear, disconnection and emotional unrest to a place of congruence, inner peace, and authenticity.
*We offer specialized sessions to meet specific needs and run an 8-week program to help participants free themselves from depression and emotional distress.
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First time clients are asked to use the contact page to set up the initial session.
Each client may request a free initial consultation. This is not a therapy session, but rather a chance to meet and get a feel for how we can connect and work together.
During this consultation, we may discuss the fees and policies as we decide if we are a good fit to work together.
Why do we call our price list an investment instead of a cost? By definition, cost is just an expenditure of money, time, or resources while an investment is an expenditure that is sent out because it has the possibility of a return. We say investment instead of cost because you are not simply expending resources, you are investing in yourself, your health and wellbeing.