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Mindfulness programs for anxiety

Grow more confidence, peace and joy in your life

“I have experienced many terrible things in my life – some of which actually happened.”

Mark Twain

Anxiety is our body’s way of saying, “Hey, I’m experiencing too much stress all at once.” This happens to the best of us. But when that feeling of being “always on alert” becomes background noise that doesn’t go away, that’s when it’s time to seek proper help for your mental health. 

Life is full of things we find challenging and even threatening. When stuck in an anxiety pattern, the mind repeatedly creates "paper tigers" that threaten us even more. We worry about other peoples opinions. We feel attacked by our own critical thoughts. We become frightened of our  own emotions like anger, sadness and grief. And we get stuck - not able to take wise actions that might help.

How does mindfulness work for anxiety?

You will learn how to:

  • Redirect your focus towards the immediate aspects of your present reality away from the spiral of worry
  • Cultivate a more calm nervous system, day by day
  • Stay present and explore difficult emotions without analysing, suppressing or drowning in them
  • Explore how your mind works and how to intervene in patterns that constrict you in your life  
  • Face your fears and take direct action in line with your values
  • Open to the good things in your life

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What people report...

  • Reduction in anxiety symptoms
  • Improved emotional regulation
  • Enhanced relaxation
  • Increased awareness of self and others
  • Better interpersonal boundaries
  • More self-compassion and less self-judgement
  • Improved coping strategies
  • Improved quality of life


Mindfulness based programs as an adjunct treatment for anxiety can be useful for Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Social Anxiety Disorder.  *If you are suffering from OCD or Panic Disorder, do consult your psychologist or doctor for an initial first-line treatment.

Take charge of your anxiety now 

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