‘Irrespective of whether we have faith in religion or not, it’s good to be more compassionate. It makes us happier as individuals with a positive influence on our families and the neighborhood where we live. When someone who has lived a kind life dies, people miss them and say so. But when an angry, greedy, ruthless person dies, there’s a sense of relief. So, I try to practise warm-heartedness wherever I go’ –
While walking, keep looking straight ahead of you then observe how you are moving your feet forward over & gently placing it down one step ahead then observing other foot peel off the ground ..& so on..for about 10 steps then repeat if necessary..
It’s to allow you to appreciate being in the moment.. Have a try with autumn leaves around like I did today..! 😊
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Mindfulness has become popular over the last 15-20 years and as well as having my own personal interest in it, I often encourage my clients to gain their own positive wellbeing by teaching them a bit about mindfulness, such as meditation, breathing and relaxation exercises.
I’m hoping to collect as much information as is available out there (as there’s no point duplicating information), and to share links on the FB page and website, before filling in any gaps myself, by doing video clips in BSL.
Someone’s got to start somewhere and my aim is to share information as much as I can, to improve our mental wellbeing and live positively.
I’m hoping other professionals will use these resources to share information with their patients, clients or that others will share it with their relatives, and friends. I’m hoping it will also encourage others to add in their own link or share useful information.
Ben explained about his experience with subtitles.