Author Archives: Rachel Jones-Wild

About Rachel Jones-Wild

Rachel has been meditating for seven years and teaching meditation for six years. She is an accredited Breathworks Living Well trainer and delivers mindfulness courses for people living with a variety of challenging situations such as chronic pain, stress and mental health problems. Rachel is also an integrative counsellor, trained particularly in Transactional Analysis and with a particular interest in mindfulness based counselling.

Presentation: Living a Three-Dimensional Life

Image courtesy of Unlisted sightings

Image courtesy of Unlisted sightings

Using Mindfulness to Experience Life to its Fullest

How often do we fully experience any activity we are undertaking?

How often do we fully engage with our senses?

So often we are so busy dwelling on the past or worrying about the future that we live our life on autopilot. This means that we miss out on so much.

Mindfulness is a way of practising moment-by-moment awareness, without judgement, with a sense of kindness and compassion towards ourselves and others.

Mindfulness can benefit almost anyone. It is increasingly used with people living with chronic pain, illness, mental health problems, stress and addiction. However, it can also be a way of simply promoting well-being through simplicity and moment-by-moment awareness.

This workshop is aimed at anyone who feels that the challenges and stresses of life get in the way of enjoying life itself. It will be largely experiential, offering practical tools and tips for participants to bring into the hustle and bustle of their own everyday lives. No experience of mindfulness or meditation is necessary to take part.

This experiential workshop offers an introduction to mindfulness and offers an opportunity to come back to our senses.