Life coaching answers these questions by suggesting that the capacity for change within your life may be far greater than you think. And that your power to affect this change is not in short supply, but abundance.
We all tend to worry about things sometimes. Our minds can be difficult to control as we find ourselves unwittingly reflecting and ruminating about the past.
If our 'tricky' minds are not busy looking into the past they may be making us feel anxious about things that haven't happened yet by creating worrying scenarios and problems in the future. In times like these, Mindfulness can offer relief by reconnecting you with the present moment.
Mindfulness is paying full attention to the present moment.
It's a specific state of awareness in which you accept the thoughts that move through your mind without becoming carried away by them.
Mindfulness can be reduced down to just 2 steps: focus on the present moment and let go of passing thoughts.
In every-day practice, this could mean:
After suffering a life filled with long-periods of depression and anxiety, a 29-year-old Eckhart Tolle, one night in 1977, came to a breaking point.