An Introduction to Mindfulness – Free
Experience mindfulness in three lessons
Please note: This course is still in production
You are free to enrol, the completed course and final content will be launched very soon.
Mindfulness is a simplified form of meditation. It uses the basic human ability to become fully aware of our experience, as it happens.
It can help you understand and control your moods and emotions, rather being overwhelmed by them, and remain calmer, more productive, and clear-headed.
Regular mindfulness practice takes only a fraction of your time. Starting with just 10 minutes a day you can develop your natural abilities into life-enhancing habits.
What you'll learn in this course
The brief course on Mindfulness will give you an overview of the topic.
It will help you to understand what mindfulness is, to explain some of the main benefits and to help you decide whether you would like to learn how to use the techniques of mindfulness to transform your life.
It will also give you a quick access method so that you can experience mindfulness for yourself, first hand.
When you have completed the course you'll be able to review your new knowledge. There's even a self-test to see how mindfulness could fit into your life, and some of the powerful and positive effects it could have on you.
What you get with this free course:
- Three concise lessons to show you how to prepare for, perfect and mindfulness meditation
- A quiz to enable you to review your understanding of the topic having completed the course
- Now you have a more solid understanding of mindfulness, there's a self-test to help you decide how you could benefit by integrating mindfulness into your daily life
- Q&A: If you want more information at any point during the course, you can post a question, the instructor will respond, generally within a few hours.
I'm a psychologist, therapist and trainer. I've built my career around sharing information which helps people sort out the things that trouble them. Hence my strapline "Life doesn't have to be like that".
I have been using mindfulness in my own life, and sharing the techniques with my clients, for 25 years.
My aim is to show how easy it is to improve performance and wellbeing and to sweep away the doubts and uncertainties that often prevent people from sorting out the things that trouble them.
My strapline "Life doesn't have to be like that" comes from the idea that – given the right information and a bit of encouragement – we can fix a lot of life's irritants ourselves.
Find out more on my website: www.barrywinbolt.com