Mindfulness is a natural aspect of Buddhism practice, and is a particular way of paying attention to being in the present moment, through the changing of ones breathing patterns and the vibrational resonance that arise through the regular meditative practice.
It has been suggested that practicing the mindfulness of Buddhism can greatly help with stress, anxiety, depression and addictive behaviours, as well as having a positive effect on physical problems such as heart disease, chronic pain and other physical challenges.
As we develop mindfulness, through Buddhism we find more balance and creativity in our choices. An ever growing awareness of our inner mechanisms, a deep sense of self and vibrant energy renewal, are part of the internal processes, which enable us to feel more alive and at ease, even in the midst of life’s challenges.
Mindfulness classes are available on the last Sunday of every month at 12 noon.