The ongoing Practice of becoming fully and deeply Aware of the present moment, cultivating a quality of attention into Awareness without judging.

Mindfulness is being able to step out of the paddock into the field of awareness.

Most of life is spent unconsciously obsessing with the content of the mind absorbed in the past that has already gone or in a future that hasn’t yet happened, lost in the identification of oneself in old conditioning and patterns.

Life is only available in the ‘Direct Experience of Now’.

Develop the capacity to become fully ‘Present in the Moment’.

Learn how to practice, integrate and support Mindfulness as a way of living life, opening to life’s infinite possibilities.

The opposite of mindfulness is forgetfulness. Mindfulness is really a ‘Remembering’ practice,  remember to practice bringing attention home into our natural state of awareness.

Actually words fail to fully describe mindfulness because it must be practiced and  experienced directly in the moment.

Alan believes that the application of mindfulness meditation into daily life is essential and he encourages others to find a way to support and incorporate a daily practice into their lives.


Mindfulness Meditation Practice…

  • Enables a shifting of consciousness being more open and accepting of all that arises in the present moment.
  • Allows everything to be seen clearly without judgment.
  • Shifts from the doing to being mode.
  • Increases capacity to energize and calm the mind-body.
  • Awareness of incessant unsupportive thought patterns.
  • Fosters a greater possibility to learn, grow and accept change.
  • Open to new information more readily.
  • Improves focus, concentration, and precision.
  • Reduces stress and anxiety.
  • Deepens peace of mind and a sense of well-being.
  • Enhances the quality of relationships and communication.
  • Allows you to engage more deeply.
  • Improve patience and tolerance.
  • Improve listening skills.
  • Increases self-confidence.
  • Deepen insight and intuition
  • Clarifies understanding and wisdom.
  • Recognizes and embraces opportunities as they arise.
  • Increases the capacity to relax.
  • Better quality of sleep.
  • Improves circulation.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Relieves muscular tension.
  • Reduces physical / mental / emotional pain.
  • Increases performance and satisfaction in physical /mental exercises.

Who is it for?

Alan believes that the application of mindfulness meditation into daily life is essential and he encourages others to find a way to support and incorporate a daily practice into their lives.

Mindfulness is about learning to pay attention on purpose, without judgment to our present moment experience, “We spend so much of our time worrying about the past and thinking about the future that we often miss what is going on right now.

Mindfulness points one in the direction of being aware of the present moment.
Mindfulness, a form of meditation in which you disengage  from strong beliefs, thoughts, and emotions, has a positive effect on brain function, lowering the stress response and increasing feelings of relaxation and well-being. It involves being fully present.

The human brain is wired instinctively to protect us from danger. The path to meaningful work is one of personal growth, which invariably involves thinking or doing something new. Anything new is unknown. Anything unknown holds potential danger. No matter how much you want to make a change, the protective nature of the brain is going to try to stop you. “Don’t do that! You might get hurt.”  How does mindfulness change that?
 Mindfulness helps you to shift back from the brain’s automatic response to danger. Helps to regulate relax the nervous system. Creates inner space, which allows you to be more attuned to the way things really are. You may still heed your own warnings and choose not to make a certain change, but you will have done so by seeing more clearly in awareness. Beyond the habitual conditioning and patterning in your life.

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