What is mindfulness?
Mindfulness is a special open, non-judgmental attention to what is perceived in the present moment. The best definition of mindfulness is that of Jon Kabat-Zinn, the doctor who introduced her to official medicine: "To deliberately pay attention to the present moment with a non-judgmental attitude."
To be aware is to become aware of what is happening in our minds, hearts and bodies, simply by observing it with kindness, without wanting to modify it.
Mindfulness is a great resource for us, as it can be applied to all situations and contexts of everyday life by bringing 'presence' to who we are and how we live. stress and physical discomfort.
The practice of mindfulness, both understood as meditation as openness to one's own experience, improves resilience, that is, the ability to deal with stress and difficulties, improves the ability to know oneself, reduces the tendency to establish rigid constraints and irrational claims about themselves, helps to get out of the unhealthy mental patterns that generate unnecessary suffering, helps to be kinder to oneself and with others, improving relationships, reduces stress and depression.
Group course or individual path.
The course focuses on the possibility of cultivating, through an experiential approach, the various mindfulness practices both at the formal and informal level, thus promoting the development of a fertile basis for the emergence of healthy and positive behaviors, oriented psychological and emotional resilience, useful throughout a person's life.