It's Time to Have a Conversation With Your Anxiety.
7 Modules and 21 Mindfulness Exercises to Help You Feel Happier, Healthier and More Hopeful
Module 1: The Psychology of Managing Stress: Creating a Peaceful, Happy Place in Your Mind, Relaxing Breathing Exercise and Grounding and Centering Practice.
Module 2: Managing Strong Emotions: Body Scan Mindfulness Meditation, Mental Noting Practice and Managing Turbulent, Strong Emotions.
Module 3: Having a Conversation With Your Anxiety: The Secret Garden of the Mind, The SMILE Technique and A Conversation with Anxiety.
Module 4: Harnessing the Superpower of Gratitude: Morning Gratitude Practice, Evening Gratitude Practice, and Place of Peace Garden.
Module 5: The Healing Power of Letting Go and Practicing Forgiveness: Lotus Flower Meditation, Forgiveness Practice, and Practicing the Pause.
Module 6: Living in Peace, Joy, and Balance With Mindfulness: The Practice of Letting Go, Simple Mindfulness Meditation, and Creating Balance.
Module 7: Rising Above it All Through Resilience and Transformation: Creating a Sanctuary of Stillness, Separating Yourself from Anxious Thoughts, and Phoenix Rising from the Ashes.
Our Vision and Goal
Transforming Stress, Anxiety, and Pain into Growth, Resilience, and Inner Peace With Mindfulness.
Did You Know?
Did you know that past trauma can affect your health? Harvard Medical School reports that past trauma, no matter how severe, is directly linked to chronic health conditions like cardiovascular problems (such as heart attack and stroke), cancer, obesity, autoimmune diseases, fatigue, and even chronic inflammation.
What’s even worse is your risk for mental and physical health problems from past trauma increases dramatically the more traumatic events you've experienced, especially if you’ve been ‘bottling up’ these emotions for a long period of time.
Every person copes with trauma differently and results vary based on each situation.
What is Post-Traumatic Growth?
Post-traumatic growth (PTG) is a theory that explains a kind of transformation following trauma. It was developed by psychologists Richard Tedeschi, PhD, and Lawrence Calhoun, PhD, in the mid-1990s, and holds that people who endure psychological struggle following adversity can often see positive growth afterward.