Calming anxiety
Calming anxiety
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The mindfulness meditations you’ve experienced so far have probably helped to ease your stress and perhaps calm your anxiety.

As you probably know, anxiety is rooted in fear; one of our oldest emotions, it is automatically activated in many situations.

Its original function is to warn and protect us from danger. This danger is sometimes clearly identified, but not always; it can be irrational, diffuse, and sometimes seems indefinable. This is the birth of anxiety. Fighting anxiety is a natural tendency, but it requires a great deal of energy, often unnecessarily. Anxiety is a very strong feeling, in our hearts and in our bodies.

We can feel overwhelmed, overwhelmed, discouraged, out of focus, out of space, struggling to catch our breath. Anxiety can be a handicap to our lives. How can we relieve this feeling, this state of being? How can we calm and soothe anxiety? To feel deeply free and relieved.

The meditations I propose in this program are specifically designed to help us avoid drowning in painful anxiety. Learn to surf the waves of anxiety, rather than getting lost in them. See you soon.

Find out more about anti-stress meditation

The benefits of anti-stress mindfulness meditation – calming, reducing anxiety, improving sleep, concentrating – need no further proof.

Anti-stress mindfulness meditation to combat anxiety

Not that psychiatrists are now encouraging the practice of mindfulness, also known as mindfulness meditation. Forget linking this practice to Buddhism, it has its origins in the moon and the moon, even before Western contractions existed…

However, practising anti-stress mindfulness meditation is not so easy. It’s not enough to sit cross-legged on a zafu (meditation cushion) and wait for it to arrive… Without the right keys, getting a little too close to yourself can be counter-productive, and for your self-esteem.

For many, the pandemic has simply exacerbated neuroses, wild fears and pervasive insecurities about life. Now, DAP (Absent Attention Deficit) is appearing in every corner of the board, as a banal phenomenon, too erratic and erratic when it is really just a dangerous drift of our minds. In an increasingly demanding society that overwhelms us with more and more tasks (like computers?) and forces us to do more and more, anti-stress mindfulness meditation will bring considerable balance: favouring an existence within The Way of the World, fully present and fully interested.

As always – whether you’re using a computer or riding a bike – you need the right keys, a good teacher and a bit of hard work to get good results fairly quickly. Above all, don’t take yourself too seriously. These exercises should be played like games, and the results will be all the better for it.

As a practical and inspiring guide, mindfulness can help you tackle everyday challenges such as enhancing creativity, understanding your relationship to everyday life, overcoming addictions and coping with physical and emotional pain.

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These meditation programmes are the heart of mindfulness, they're real training and that's what's going to make all the difference.

Opening up to sleep

Engaging in a soothing state of somnolence

Regulating stress

Your stress will regulate itself and, perhaps, become almost your best friend

Living gratitude

Its beneficial effects on major aspects of our lives

Improve concentration

Training our attention to improve our meditation classes

Boosting energy

Reconnecting with all life's resources

To the rhythm of the 4 seasons

Everything's moving, all the time, nothing's set in stone

Improve your sleep

Our meditation for an easy night's sleep

Connecting with the body

Live as rich a life as possible and be attentive to the slightest murmur of the body

Cultivating benevolence

A little sweetness for ourselves

Tame your emotions

Our emotions to understand ourselves

Children’s meditation

Effective in helping our children to be calmer, more composed and more attentive.

The basics

Our path to full self-presence for a more serene life

Meditation without guidance

Practice time without verbal guidance

Conscious movements

Complementarity and synergy between meditations

Daily practice

Increasing presence in yourself and in what you do

Relying on your breath

Gradually regain your breath and feel its movements.

Meditation and music

Experiencing music and meditation: two interesting approaches

Meditative journeys

Every meditation is an adventure and every exploration a revelation

Short meditations

Just a few minutes for a meditation practice

Tips for getting started

Tips for your journey towards mindfulness

Well-being at work

A fuller presence with oneself and with what surrounds us

Preparing for interviews

Your means to live this perspective to the full

Meditating with children

Meditation for children : Calm & focus