Created and hosted by mindfulness coach, Bhupinder Sandhu
What would it mean to be more joyful and happy?
To respond with conscious action rather than react. To not feel overwhelmed and be less stressed and anxious. To experience lifemore fully and step back from limiting thinking and unhelpful thoughts?
These are just some of the benefits (drop in the ocean) of practicing mindfulness.
If you have ever felt overwhelmed or dragged along by life, thenlearning these scientifically proven tools will help you to take chargeof your day and regain your inner peace and balance.
You will know you can cope with anything that life throws at you. You will have a deeper understanding of yourself and others andwould be able to manage your emotions more effortlessly.
The here and now is the only opportunity to make contact with your life.
These sessions inspire, support and sustain new and positive habits for improved wellbeing, while also offering ways to experience life in the present moment.
The only place where life truly exists.
Develop resilience and ways to cope with future challenges, uncertainty, change and stress - for the rest of your life.
Bhupinder presents a topic for discussion, guides a short meditationand a mindfulness exercise and offers space to share yourexperience and to explore, if you would like to.
It’s an opportunity to be truly present with yourself, listen to your needs and simply ‘be’.
These sessions are friendly, open, confidential and fun. Bhupinder provides support and guidance on how to strengthen your mental wellbeing one small step at a time.
You’ll explore how your mind, emotions and personality work, so you can learn and practice how to better engage them for positive and lasting change.
Modern research has demonstrated that the brain continues to create new neural pathways and alter existing ones in order to adapt to new experiences, learn new information, and create new memories.
For decades now, researchers have been investigating the science behind the benefits of practising mindfulness. Scientists studying the effects of mindfulness meditation on the brain have found that regular practice changes the both structure and the functioning of the brain – leading to things like improved memory and concentration and better resilience to stress.
By repeating similar feelings, thoughts and actions we can alter entrenched behaviours, creating sustainable behavioural change as leaders and team members.
Learning and studying mindfulness was one thing, it transformedme in many ways but teaching mindfulness regularly, hascompletely changed my life. The way I feel about my relationshipsand the way I approach and perceive stressful and challengingsituations has dramatically altered and I’m now a lot more resilientto the challenges of everyday life.
My mother was my first mindfulness teacher, but formal journey tobecome a mindfulness practitioner took place in valleys of Srinagar(India) with a Sufi Saint in 1996 as a 17 years old boy and thenfrom different teachers of different sects and religions for next 17years before I began teaching mindfulness in 2013.
Therefore my practice blends ancient mindfulness wisdom fromdifferent schools of teaching, the latest neuroscience studies alongwith transformational coaching techniques so that my clientsexperience a deeper understanding of the practice and changesare permanent.
I love spending time in nature and very passionate about learningand deepening my practice. I am a firm believer that you can learnand practice mindfulness from the comfort of your couch at homeor chair at work.