BE MINDFUL

One easy guide on reducing anxiety and coping with examination stress   Be Mindful  is an 8-week proposal to help students handle stress not only during exam period. It can be tailored and [...]

Benefits of Mindfulness

The purpose of this blog is mainly to teach students strategies, tools and techniques to manage  stress. Mindfulness is one of them.      But what is Mindfulness and what are the [...]

WHAT HAPPENS IN OUR BRAIN

According to Nazareth Castellanos‘s El Espejo del Cerebro, our brain travels through four different stages when we do Mindfulness to practice and develop our concentration skills: focus of [...]

mindfulness in education

I am pleased to share the following research on «Programs and Interventions in Education» offering a wide range of Mindfulness practices carried out in schools, beginning with PINEP, «The [...]

Mindfulness in the workplace

Mindfulness practices can help you de-stress at work   It is sometimes hard to find a good work-life balance. Sleepless nights, anxiety, and even panic attacks at times can suddenly be part [...]

TIME MANAGEMENT

«I wish there were more than 24 hours in one day»   I remember myself saying these words over and over again.  I didn’t realise at the time that what I needed was not more than 24 [...]

Mindfulness practices

  Just Breathe… «The inspiration for “Just Breathe” first came about a little over a year ago when I overheard my then 5-year-old son talking with his friend about how emotions affect [...]

KABAT-ZINN and MBSR

Mindfulness by the founder of MBSR       MBSR and NEUROSCIENCE Nazareth Castellanos & María Talavera     MBSR in Spain Red Española de Programas Estandarizados   [...]

1 FROM DOING TO BEING

BE MINDFUL: SESSION ONE   One of the hardest things for us human beings is «not to do».  And when we stop we will realise that as soon as we get quiet the mind starts to do what the mind [...]

2 BEFRIENDING SILENCE

  Be Mindful  is an 8-week proposal to help students cope with test anxiety.      BE MINDFUL: SESSION TWO   So in the previous session (From doing to being) we learned that [...]