Letting go of our ways of thinking and identifying, approaching each moment for what it is and not what we think it is. Using our ability to be creative in every moment can open up many opportunities we missed. We can live the life we could only envision if we live fearlessly, without judgment and expectations.
Mindful Being is here to help you grow, learn, and evolve to the best self you can imagine and guide you with a mindful approach in your daily life.
Looking back on my forty+ years of life, I find a common denominator; my desire for happiness, human connection, and willingness to get uncomfortable in conversations, debates, conflicts, and different perspectives. Over years of practice, I have learned to hold these communications without enforcing myself onto others, believing that we all have to have the same opinion and avoiding opposing perspectives. I have found a way to hear and listen to what is happing in the other person’s life. This experience leads me to find peace within myself and who I am.
Finding myself in different roles as a daughter, sister, spouse, mother, friend, colleague, employee, customer, stranger, and any other roles we come across. I realized they don’t define nor limit me. These roles expand my experience of being human.
HOW TO TRUST YOU
Mindful Being is here to support you to love and trust yourself. Helping you move through your daily experiences, from overwhelm, stress, perfectionism, distractions, and unworthiness to procrastination and establishing an expansive way of being yourself while being there for others.
Mindful Being Mindful being works with various tools and effortless ways to find sanity and peace more regularly. It can include awareness practices, meditation, simple yoga postures, and exploring new perspectives on your habits. The continuous practice of paying attention to your daily activities and interactions with people around you can give you more understanding of how to adjust certain aspects of your life.
"Your sessions helped me to bring a sense of calm to my life. You helped me to understand that I was just as important as everyone else and that without inner peace I can’t really help others. I have been now realizing that I need to be happy with myself and put me first."
"Mindfulness shows us what is happening in our bodies, our emotions, our minds, and in the world. Through mindfulness, we avoid harming ourselves and others."
Thich Nhat Hanh
Monk, Zen Master, Poet, and Peace Activist
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