When we are stressed we are most likely to drop into a default mode of crowded thoughts and frantic rushing. We often let our thoughts and emotions dictate, without stopping to actually assess what’s helpful. Here’s how to clear your mental clutter and actualise your mental well-being. In the penultimate blog of this CHRISTMAS series “A” is for “Actualise”.
There’s a swing back to a calmer way of being. Medical Science and especially Neuroscience are recognising the power of the ancient art of why mindfulness matters to create calmer, happier lives. Little hinges swing big doors.
Escape the Christmas stress by developing the mindful habit of “wait a little”. When we take time to slow down it not only improves our well-being it can also make life more enjoyable for those who are with us. The fifth blog of this CHRISTMAS series by Val Mullally.
What to do when you’re frustrated or despairing about your child’s pattern of ongoing hyperactive and easily distracted behaviour? Discover more in this article by Koemba founder, Val Mullally.