Mindful Life

mindful_livingDo you ever wake up feeling late for the day – before your feet even touch the floor?

Do you ever feel that there is not enough time to get it all done, no matter how hard you try?

Do you ever feel anxious, overwhelmed and out of balance?

You are not alone.

The opposite of multitasking is mindfulness. Mindfulness is way of stopping the chaos and returning to calm. Calm and well-being are our birthright. They are available to us at all times. Mindful practices are drawn from over 30 years of clinical research. This evidence based, secular practice has been found successful in medicine, psychology, corporate environments, professional sports and education.

Cultural conditioning directs us to believe that the more we do the more successful we become. This is a myth, not a truth. Learning to navigate your life mindfully will stop the madness. Extreme multitasking is often perceived as a badge of honor. New research by Stanford researcher Clifford Nass shows that “people who multitask all the time can’t filter out irrelevancy”. Multitasking dilutes our ability to focus on the task at hand. We use a different part of our brain when we are participating in irrelevant tasks. We have become hyperconnected to the outside world causing us to become disconnected to our own inner world. A mindful life is finding a balance between these worlds.

How do I navigate my life mindfully?

Mindful Compass mentoring is an invitation to clarify your values and to create balance and well-being in your life. We teach you how to navigate your life with more mindfulness. Our practices are drawn from brain science and we will give you concrete tools to integrate these practices into your life. When we learn to pause and be fully present, we can access clarity and direction. From there, we can craft our life path in a direction that is in alignment with our deepest values. Navigating your life consciously, with integrity and intention, will result in living a life filled with well-being and joy.

Mindfulness is being fully present, with kindness and compassion, moment to moment as life unfolds.

Are you ready to navigate your life more mindfully?

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“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom”    – Viktor Frankl

“Mindfulness has enabled me to balance a high demand curriculum with the demands of life more gracefully. My mind is clear, my soul is content I am enjoying my journey more because of my mindful practice.”  Kelsea, grad student

“Short moments of mindful awareness, repeated many times, become automatic.”  Chris McKenna, program director, Mindful Schools.


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