Practicing mindfulness can be a way to cope better with stress and everyday challenges. Research shows that regular mindfulness practice can have positive effects on many levels, including improved concentration, less rumination, more creativity, improved immune function, more resilience, serenity, well-being, and contentment.
In this lesson you can get to know different mindfulness exercises, try them out and experience their effects. Important to know: If you are very psychologically stressed or ill or have acute depression, it is not the right time for such a course. It could be overwhelming. And: mindfulness is often associated with relaxation. That is a common effect of the practice, but not the goal of mindfulness, (as with autogenic training or progressive muscle relaxation).
Learning to accept things as they are at the moment can lead to more tension. But if we learn this, it automatically leads to more calmness and relaxation.
This event will be held in presence.