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Find balance in this chaotic world

Posted Posted by Christine Beardwood on 19 February 2016 | Comments

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The tireless pace of life today can overwhelm creativity as well as undermining happiness and wellbeing but it doesn’t have to be this way.  
In the digital world we can work anywhere and anytime stretching boundary’s losing touch with our own being.  We partly live in our Stone Age mind, the subconscious mind, where we can get ourselves stuck, losing creativity, imagination, real thoughtfulness, real leadership and feeling inadequate with our performance in life.   In this unpredictable world where it’s sometimes difficult to cultivate a healthy routine, mindfulness can balance and help us cope with whatever life has to offer.

By looking at our expectations of how we think life should be and how we experience it we can understand ourselves and others more.  The more mindful we are, the more we are in touch with ourselves, mindfulness improves psychological flexibility helping us be more balanced and helping us to live in the moment.  

Once we recognise and understand what’s going on in our minds, we can then take some practical steps to find our balance ourselves.

Further information on Mindfulness

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Further information on The Beardwood Practice’s services

It’s a great time to sit down with a Mindfulness practitioner to see how you can get the best out of your life and what steps you can take, over a period of time, to realise your full potential. 

If you would like to book an appointment or find out more about how to balance your life contact Christine on: 0780 9690 964 or email.

 Self-regulation of our attention helps us live in the moment.

About the Author: Christine Beardwood

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Christine is the founder of The Beardwood Practice, specialising in Solution Focused Clinical Hypnotherapy. Christine is accomplished as a hypnotherapist, qualified in Solution Focused Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy (DHP) and the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma (HPD).  With a passion for the study of the human brain and its potential this is at the heart of her interests and as new research develops in neuroscience her work evolves achieving the best treatment outcomes for her clients.

As well as being interested in the human brain, Christine is deeply interested in the visual arts and understands how the creative mind works.  Being aware of how our brains operate and brain plasticity really gives her an understanding of how as humans we can perform better, live to our full potential and improve our lives.  Understanding the implications of stress and anxiety upon your life she uses her skills as a hypnotherapist to reduce stress and anxiety to overcome those particular problems and helping you move forward to create the life you want.

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