What is a Mindfulness Zoom session?
Mindfulness zoom helps our mental health become more positive. Mindfulness zoom is the digital way to learn mindfulness.
In a group or a one to one. There is no need to turn up to a hall or a clinic, be at work, or in a conference room. Just log on and be there. You can even mute your microphone and disable your camera and still be at the session—easy, effective, and accessible.
What will participating in mindfulness zoom do for you?
- Be more yourself. Be more relaxed. Less anxious and worried.
- Be less tired and have more energy.
- Have better health and enjoy life more.
- Increased ability to focusyour mind clearly on what ever is happening, at work, home or leisure.
- A clearer understanding of where you are ‘coming from’ and a better understanding of those who you work and live with are ‘coming from’. Why they are being, performing and interacting as they are.
- Feel better in your self.
Mindfulness zoom for stress
Simple to use in everyday stress, mindfulness is increasingly recognised as a dynamic and life-changing way to help deal with stress, anxiety, negative thinking patterns and emotional patterns.
The result is that our thoughts become clearer and less attached to our emotions. As we notice this, we will start to permit ourselves to change.
Stress, Anxiety, Worry, Depression, Fatigue, Poor Concentration,
Low Self Esteem, Brain fog and Panic Attacks
When our thoughts are calmer and clearer, they cease to create the feelings and the emotions that cascade and catastrophe throughout our mind and body.
Mindfulness Zoom session.
Mindfulness zoom helps our mental health.
Mindfulness Zoom sessions are 1hr.
For the first 10- 15 mins I introduce the basics of mindfulness, the theory and then I gently guide us to bring our minds into the present. I do this by encouraging us to become focused and follow my voice and the mindfulness practice instructions.
I introduce us to the Science of Mindfulness how it works and changes our physical brain and perception.
I Introduce us to our Neural Pathways, our brain’s plasticity, the ability to change our thinking, reacting and emotional responses.
Change the mindfulness way.
I teach us the best, fastest and most efficient ways to accelerate these changes.
I show us how to observe these changes and the best way to incorporate them into our life.
Understanding and listening and reading about mindfulness is fascinating and helps. However, the real power is in practice during the sessions and—the practicing between the zoom mindfulness sessions.
For the practice takes the idea and transforms it into a reality. How do we learn to swim? Or how do we learn to speak a foreign language? We have to get in the water. We have to learn the nouns, the verbs, the adjectives etc., converting them into a deeply embedded memory that can be recalled at will. Converting all that knowledge into a new Neural Pathway.
When the new neural pathway is deep enough, and clear enough, we no longer have to try. We instantly just become more mindful. It becomes hard-wired.
Practice Mindfulness Zoom Mental Health.
- Mindfulness is not a judgmental thought and not an analytical idea.
- Mindfulness zoom helps our mental health.
- Mindfulness zoom helps change us into who we really are.
- Mindfulness zoom training is a way to use our own mind to change our own brain, making new neural pathways, leading to outcomes with positive, and true representations of what we are experiencing now.
- Mindfulness is a way of being, a way of seeing, perceiving and acting in the real world, on a moment by moment basis, in a non-judgmental, non-analytical, non-competitive way.
- Mindfulness is the skill of learning to be 100% in the present.
- Mindfulness is a new language of the mind. A language of compassion and empathy, for ourself and others. A language to express our feelings and needs in a safe and non-confrontational way. A language to listen and express ourself with our eyes, ears, voice and heart.
Mindfulness is simple, progressive and positive.
Mindfulness Zoom is a core practice.
- Bringing the mind back to the present moment non judgmentally.
- Stop judging, and the analytical mind from creating stories.
- Creating a new Neural Pathway of resting in the present moment, Now.
- Allowing ourself to experience the moment positively.
- Always available where ever you go.
How often should we practice mindfulness?
By practising a little mindfulness daily, we will create the skill of mindfulness in our brain as a new neural pathway. This new habit will naturally bring us the benefits of a progressively calmer and more balanced perception of our own life and others.
This reaffirms our potential, dreams, and desires to become that person we really are. Not that person who in the past may have suffered from negative limiting beliefs and negative emotionally-driven reactions to situations and people and results.
Our brain can change. Neuroplasticity.
Our brain can always change and reconstruct our view of who we are and what we can achieve in our world.
There are two aspects to the development of this new mindful insight.
Firstly, we do the rather boring practice of focusing the mind on the moment. This is either with me on a mindfulness Zoom session or our daily practice of 5-15 mins each day.
Secondly, as we create the new neural pathway, we will become astonished at how we change from our ‘blind’ reactions to a more conscious spontaneous response to experiences, thoughts, and feelings that fill our day and night.
This is a progressive and continuous process.
How does Mindfulness Zoom Mental Health work?
Scientists now recognise that the brain can change its self, through a process called Neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity works through teaching the brain, by repetition and practice, new skills of perception and response.
Mindfulness works with Neuroplasticity. Consciously using our mind to change the way our brain works, to change our mind.
A simple scientific view shows that the brain can be divided into 3 main areas.
- The reptilian Brain all about survival and reproduction.
- The limbic Brain all about memory and emotions & fight or flight.
- Pre Frontal Cortex all about thinking and controlling and regulating.
Focusing the mindfulness mind.
While we are fully focused on our breathing, we can not be thinking about anything in the past or the future (your conscious mind can only focus on one thing at a time! )
By focusing on our breath, we relax and regulate the prefrontal neocortex brain function connecting to the Amygdala (the fear) and the Hippocampus (the long term memory). This allows us to balance our moods, our perception and our feelings naturally. Discerning between true threats to our life and wellbeing and those which are just thoughts of threats.
The more we practice, the stronger our new neural pathway becomes. We move from being anxious, worried, uptight, and sad to be more aware, calmer, present, appreciative of life, happier and healthier.