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Meditation is an ancient practice that has been taught for thousands of years as part of spiritual traditions. Mindfulness is a form of meditation and is our ability to observe any situation we encounter (both internally and externally) with openness, curiosity and non-judgement.


To be Mindful is to be present – focussed on the here and now, not focussed on the past or future. It is a practice of focussing our attention and stepping out of ‘auto-pilot’.


It is the cultivation of awareness of ourselves, other people and our participation in daily life and is widely used by elite athletes, sporting teams, military special-forces, business leaders and clinical therapists.


Scientific studies show a multitude of benefits of a regular meditation practice. These include:


  • Increased sense of well being and happiness

  • Improved performance

  • Improved focus & decision-making

  • Reduced stress, anxiety and depression

  • Increased empathy and emotional intelligence

  • Better quality sleep and ability to relax

  • Enhanced immune system

  • Decreased emotional reactivity

  • Improved memory

  • Lower burn out

Paul has studied and practiced meditation for 20 years and it is now a fundamental element of his well being. He has taught meditation to senior executives, front line managers and staff and to members of his local community.

Through Paul’s programs you will learn how to integrate the following into your daily life:

  • Methods to remain calm under stress and high pressure

  • Awareness of self-talk and the ‘inner critic’ and how to create a positive inner dialogue.

  • Breathing techniques that create balance and reduce anxiety

  • Strategies for relaxation and better sleep

  • How to self regulate when in flight, flight or freeze reactions

  • Become more present in relationships with mindful communication

  • How to re-frame negative situations and thought patterns

  • Cultivate greater compassion and appreciation for self and others.

“When we get too caught up in the busyness of the world, we lose connection with one another – and ourselves.”


Jack Kornfield

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