Mindfulness for Anxiety
We get many questions about mindfulness and meditation for anxiety and one of the most common is how to lower anxiety using mindfulness. We have a number of effective tools, techniques and courses to help you unlock the key to using mindfulness for anxiety that is causing you stress and worry. Take a look at some wisdom from Suryacitta below and read through advice on freeing yourself from anxious thinking. Here at Mindfulness Unleashed, we offer retreats on anxiety and worry specialised courses in mindfulness meditation and compassion and silent meditation retreats for both learners and teachers. Browse our courses in meditation for anxiety to find one that suits your needs.
Mindfulness Exercises for Anxiety
There are many ways of looking at how to relieve anxiety through mindfulness...
Using mindfulness exercises for anxiety is approached with one particular helpful frame of mind; when we are anxious we know one thing for sure - our attention is lost in thinking. This means we are sub-consciously ruminating on a problem which may exist in real life or in many cases it may not even exist, and we have “lost ourselves” in that rumination. This rumination then creates feelings of anxiety which makes the whole mental scenario “feel” real.
Through techniques used in mindfulness for anxiety and worry, taught by experienced teachers, we are able to short circuit this whole process, and to notice when we are getting lost in anxious thoughts, and to actually free ourselves from believing them. Our attention can then return to the present moment to either appreciate what is really going on, or to reflect on whether the anxious thoughts have any validity and to act appropriately.
Meditations and teachings on love, life and the joy of living!
To be free from anxious thinking you will:
Learn tools and techniques for everyday life
Learn how to come out of your head and into your life
Learn how to unhook form anxious thinking
Learn to be in the here and now with life as it really is
Learn how to be calmer
"I realise I have always seen myself as a doer and felt it’s important to have constant things to do and lists of things for the future. I didn’t allow myself time to be and that means thoughts came in when I was doing other things like sleeping. This has been such a positive experience. It has left me wanting to do more."
“I have to say though, that despite having six years of private psychotherapy, with a senior accredited psychotherapist, I have found your course to be transformational, both deeply affecting and life-enhancing. Thank you.”