More and more people are realizing that in order to enhance their emotional well-being, they need to develop themselves internally and learn to expand their awareness of what is happening to them. At the same time, increasing research supports the idea that individuals who engage in these types of practices are able to reduce their stress levels, improve their personal relationships, and enhance their quality of life.
Mindfulness is a meditation-like tool currently used by many individuals and organizations to help people live in the present moment and try to alleviate stress. A key motto of Mindfulness is “awakening to the reality of the present moment.”
It focuses on being fully present and learning to relate directly to what is happening here and now, in the present moment, distinguishing between useful and useless thoughts. It addresses stress derived from conflict but does not address the nature of the original conflict. It offers a behavioral solution, suggesting a shift of attention from the external to the internal. We modify the stimuli without paying attention to the information they represent.
In this context, the Bioneuroemotion method also fits,
a methodology that provides resources to effectively reduce stress in the medium and long term by acquiring a new way of observing what happens to us, not only in the present moment but also considering memories from the past and expectations for the future. It helps individuals improve their emotional health and develop their potential by awakening to the reality of their own history and life. It is a further step in the development of a conscious mind with the aim of empowering individuals in creating their life and well-being.
In order to make changes and improve our lives, in addition to observing the present moment, it is essential to understand it, integrate it, and transcend it from a broader perspective.
Bioneuroemotion is a practice applicable to all aspects of our lives, allowing us to transform any situation into a tool for deep self-understanding and growth through each experience.
In addition to learning to practice Mindfulness, we invite you to explore what Bioneuroemotion is, to take another step in the development of a conscious mind.
“Emotion is the chief source of all becoming-conscious. There can be no transformation of darkness into light and of apathy into movement without emotion.”
- Carl Gustav Jung
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