The Power Of Mindfulness Meditation

Learning about teaching positive and challenging emotions and the applications of mindfulness in the process reveals the power of Mindfulness Meditation in the process of healing, and how important it is for us, facilitators to be aware of this process.
Trauma is the “left over” of what challenging experiences leave in our bodies. Mindfulness practice can help one connect with positive emotional and social experiences, stimulating parts of the brain linked to reflective awareness. The brain holds the key to the roots and treatment of trauma. By becoming mindful of emotions, one becomes aware of the integration of sensation, memories, and how experience is organized in a context, allowing the exploration of present experiences to be the
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There are two parts to mindfulness, one is self-regulating attention and the other is developing curiosity, openness and acceptance toward experiences. When dealing with trauma one has to become aware of how difficult emotions can effect one’s life, and how it can cause effects in emotions, reactions, physical and emotional well being, often leading to anxiety, inability to regulate emotions and poor impulse control.
Through the practice of Mindfulness people dealing with trauma/challenges emotions can learn how to become compassionate towards self and others and become empowered to make different choices, and fell safe to be with one’s experience, and be available for modification.
It is very clear to me, as a facilitator, to understand the importance to offer gentle, non-judgmental support and guidance without trying to fix or change the outcome of the person I come in contact with. During the healing process of resolving trauma/challenging emotions, we need to be aware of giving people the power to trust their own intuition, keep your own ego out of the way, and make them fell safe enough to
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I want to assist the ones I facilitate to, by choosing the most skillful way in which to respond to unpleasant thought, feelings or situations, by providing a different view on their lives and by giving them the knowledge to be in the present, focusing in developing a more accepting mind, observing one’s emotions when it occurs by practicing equanimity and balance, and realize that thoughts come and go. It is important to reassure that we all have many choices, and that one of them is to breath in compassion to self and others. It’s important to train the mind to notice positive emotions and to identify a neutral moment, to come back to when things get overwhelmed. I have been helping my clients to develop the capacity to manage their own feelings when dealing with difficult emotions, and also providing compassion practices, as a powerful way to rebuild one’s own trust and sense of
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