Developing inner resources of wellbeing with mindfulness
There is an alternative to the stress and struggle you might be experiencing – even when the world is flashing red. There are deep sources of wellbeing within you, no matter how stuck, helpless, or frantic you might feel right now. Mindfulness helps you to rediscover and develop your inner sources of happiness, peace and strength.
How? By training yourself to live more in the present moment, rather than constantly thinking about the past or future. By learning to ground yourself, to be kinder to yourself, more aware of your automatic behaviours and by taking good care of yourself, moment by moment.
A mindfulness training offers different forms of meditation that can be learned by everyone. Combined with a set of attitudes and insights from cognitive psychology, they are powerful tools that prevent normal feelings of anxiety, stress and sadness from spiralling downwards into prolonged periods of unhappiness and exhaustion, or even burn-out and clinical depression.
We offer 3 types of services
Are you looking for support on your journey towards a more fulfilling, happier life? Do you want to equip yourself with inner resources for a life with less stress, more clarity and focus on what truly matters? Would you like to remain grounded, no matter what happens? Check out our courses, retreats, live meditations and follow-up activities.
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Has mindfulness transformed your life in a positive way and are you looking for ways to deepen the practice and pass it on to others? Are you looking for a group with whom you can integrate mindfulness and grow together profoundly?
Brussels Mindfulness offers a Mindfulness Teacher Training programme running over 2 years, starting in October 2021 – with leading international teachers Lot Heijke, Jake Dartington, Sandrine Rauter, Steve Savels, Claude Maskens and Beate Trück.
Mindfulness at work
Do you feel that the separation between your work and private life has diminished? Do you feel more stressed and disconnected from your colleagues? If you are a leader, does the constant stream of information and demands impact your focus and your ability to lead? Are you looking for ways of weaving wellbeing into your working day?
As we are facing more challenges and uncertainties, it is important to build up inner resources to learn to activate our soothing system, to feel grounded, focused and kind. Applying mindfulness skills can increase your resilience and wellbeing, and decrease fear and stress. It can help you step away from fire extinguishing towards a more efficient way of working and leading.
Read our inspiring articles
An interview with Rick Hanson, PhD, neuropsychologist, meditation teacher and bestselling author of “Buddha’s Brain” and “Hardwiring happiness”, by Beate Trück, Director Brussels Mindfulness.
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We believe that mindfulness skills can make this world a better place, not only because it helps to improve individual wellbeing, but also because it leads to wiser choices and more kindness in this world.