Free Introduction
To Mindfulness Meditation Course

  • Reduces Stress
  • Improves Mental and Physical Health 
  • Enhances Focus
  • Increases Mental Clarity

6

Lessons

6

Videos

All

Skill Level

4 Hours

Duration

English

Language

What Will I Learn From This Course?

A Simple Skill to Live your Life with Calmness and Freedom

Mindfulness is a way to bring awareness to whatever is happening in life and deal with it in a relaxed manner. Meditation is a practice to improve the brain’s capacity to stay for long periods in this aware and relaxed way. With regular practice mindfulness meditation will bring calmness, courage, freedom and a sense of gentle acceptance. It is a beautiful practice that you can do on your own anywhere and at any time.

This Course is just the Beginning!

This course is the beginning of a deep, meaningful and insightful journey into yourself. ‘Know thyself’ is among the highest maxims and the true quest of any self-realization and wellness path. This short introduction to mindfulness meditation course hopes to put things in perspective and share with you some fundamental practices that will start you on this path to well-being.

How will Mindfulness Meditation Help?

Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Stress

Your stress is not just situational, it is an internal tendency that has gradually built up over time. The brain gets wired in such a way that the stress response kicks in automatically the moment we are faced with any difficulty. Mindfulness meditation helps to rewire this automated stress response.

Mindfulness Meditation Improves Mental and Physical Health

When you meditate and become present, your nervous system calms down. It learns to stop feeling threatened and reactive. When the nervous system is soothed, the healing and repair mechanisms in the body get activated. These help repair the damaged tissues in the brain and body thereby improving health.

Mindfulness Meditation Enhances Focus

The practice of regular meditation is a practice of concentration and focus. When keeping the mind in the present or on the breath, you exercise concentration. This helps the brain to stabilize and its habitual tendency to be distracted reduces. Over time you become more focused at all tasks.

Mindfulness Meditation Increases Mental Clarity

When you meditate regularly and learn to pay attention to your life, your priorities become clear. A perspective shift occurs and you become more aligned with your true needs and goals. You no longer make decisions out of fear and instead find more meaning in the choices you make. Such mental clarity is deeply needed and can help you become calm and relaxed.

What Does The Course Include?

Requirements

All you need to have is:

Remember: To achieve life changing goals, all you need to do is to begin taking the first step.

Who Is This Course For?

This course is for:

Age requirement: Above 16. Language : English

Note From Sadia

I have created this free introduction to mindfulness meditation course with the intention of setting mindfulness in its appropriate context- the context of self-awareness and learning to relate to your mind.

As a psychologist working intimately with people for over 22 years, I have seen the healing and empowering effects of self-awareness and the sheer pain and suffering of living life without it. Through this course, I wish for you to discover this path to yourself and to the joyful truth of your being. 

Mindfulness practice is a way to settle the harsh and judgmental inner environment that gets created on account of years of habit and conditioning. It is a practice to slowly shift to a compassionate way of being, all the while becoming resilient and developing capacity to deal with difficult emotions and life situations.

If you make this awareness and practice a part of your life, it will certainly reduce unnecessary suffering in your life and in the lives of those around you, and increase the joyfulness in your life.

I congratulate you on starting this journey of wisdom and turning inwards. May this course be most beneficial for you. May you be well and happy.

Sadia Saeed, Founder and Mindfulness Trainer, Inner Space

What People Are Saying About This Course

I’m Interested But I Have Some More Questions…

Mindfulness is for everyone young and old irrespective of social, economic, and cultural background. As it is a mental state and a practice that has no religious connotations, people across beliefs and faiths can experience mindfulness.

Mindfulness is for everyone young and old irrespective of social, economic, and cultural background. As it is a mental state and a practice that has no religious connotations, people across beliefs and faiths can experience mindfulness.

As humans we get pushed and pulled by life, relationships and circumstances which we attempt to manage in our own way. Mindfulness is just a way to perceive and authentically stay with what is happening within and outside. An attempt to put aside the solution focused mindset just for a little while and experience with openness and acceptance what we are going through, what each and every one of us is going through.

Often we put labels like impatient and restless upon ourselves. However what do these labels truly mean? They mean that we have slowly become neurologically wired to be a certain way; that an unsettled and dysregulated body has become a norm. Mindfulness research shows that rewiring of mental patterns is possible. Hence rewiring of patterns of restlessness and impatience are also possible. All you need is a bit of determination to sit and observe those patterns of restlessness and impatience. Such gentle and compassionate observing will help your nervous system settle down and reduce the restlessness.

Mindfulness and meditation (also one way of attaining mindfulness) are seen primarily as spiritual practices, because of which there is resistance, both by people belonging to different faiths and by people who believe that thinking and reasoning through a situation is the only way out of it. The truth is that they do not require you to take any leap of faith or believe in something that you cannot experience or change your religious affiliations. In fact mindfulness is a most logical, rational practice for  it says only the present for now is real. The rest is a product of our own mind which stimulates itself by staying in the past or the future or in weaving stories about our lives-stories in which we have immense faith. But what truly can be experienced in reality and not in imagination is only what comes in through all our sense organs in the ‘now’, in the ‘present’.

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