Frantic or Focussed?


Mindfulness is simply paying attention to the present moment in a particular way but why is that so important?  Can you relate to carrying out a task but thinking about something else; being lost in thinking or distracted somehow?  According to a Harvard study*, we are estimated to spend 46.9% of our waking hours distracted in the mind rather than focussing on what we are doing.  It is as though we are sleepwalking through our day, if you like, on a kind of autopilot; the body is awake, the eyes are open, but we cannot see beyond the thoughts in the mind. 


Why not book on to this hugely popular mindfulness course that was developed at Oxford University to help each and every one of us manage the daily challenges of life in a more positive way to simply get the most out of life!


View Harvard Study 2010 - A Wandering Mind Is an Unhappy Mind  by Matthew A. Killingsworth and Daniel T. Gilbert


We can offer an in-house training or a group rate if you have more than six people wishing to join us.  To find out how this mindfulness programme can support your teams please get in touch

Finding Peace in a Frantic World Programme

  • Joining instructions and the Zoom link will be emailed to you after you have booked your place on the course.   In summary, each session is 7pm til 8.30pm on the following dates:


    Wk 1   22 April   Waking up to the autopilot

    Wk 2   29 April   Keeping the body in mind

    Wk 3    6 May    Integrating Mindfulness

    Wk 4   13 May    The Rumour Mill

    Wk 5   20 May   Turning towards difficulties

    Wk 6   27 May    Practising kindness?

    Wk 7   10 June  When did you stop dancing?

    Wk 8   17 June  Your wild and precious life.


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