Free mindfulness tools
Welcome. On this page you'll find a number of simple introductory videos, a stress-check tool, suggestions on working from home, and links to more free resources.
Mindfulness is really simple, but if you can integrate it into daily activities it leads to being more calm, focused and productive.
I suggest regular practice of breathing and body scan as your primary tools - try to take a few minutes each day, or 10 seconds say every hour, to calm down, re-centre and relax.
I'll also upload the recording of the 30 minute live taster session on the 24th Feb 12 noon (Teams link). If you want to learn more, send me a message using the form below.
A quick introduction to mindfulness
These short animated videos are a great place to start.
We'll dive into more detail later.
Working from home
Many of us are currently working from home, with er due to lockdown or as an increasingly common new way to work. This can cause it's own stresses, including isolation, juggling roles, and lack of personal support.
This video explores how to stay healthy.
Are you keen to do more with mindfulness?
To properly develop healthy new ways to manage stress, and fall back in love with your life, takes skilful and repeated practice. Research shows that to make lasting changes, daily practice for 6-8 weeks is needed. This actually starts to re-programme the brain.
You need good guidance to to this properly and to stay motivated. If you are interested in doing a full course, let us know. Hafod will consider how they can support you in this.
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More free resources
My You Tube channel: a collection of pithy reflections and practical advice on meeting life's challenges with ease.
Join my free Facebook Group Meditate at 8 with a 20 minute live-streamed meditation session each weekday at 8am (UK).
Join my free Facebook Group Mindful Minute with a 1 minute animated video (like the other ones here) live-streamed meditation session each weekday at 8.55am (UK).