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Mindfulness has become a modern buzzword; with large corporations such as Apple, Google and Unilever employing mindfulness training for their workforce, it is a well-proven fact that the benefits of this new discipline are immeasurable. More and more people are reading about mindfulness, taking courses and learning to meditate in the pursuit of inner peace. Through the guidelines that mindfulness is giving us, there’s a new understanding emerging that, without an inner contentment, the outside world will never look right to us and that our thoughts and minds can generate stress within us. Meditation is a cornerstone of mindfulness; without this peaceful practice it would be much more difficult to stay focused on our mindfulness discipline, but there are so many opportunities in our day-to-day lives to practice mindfulness. In fact, it is the daily application of a mindful attitude that builds new behaviours and reactions within us; simply reading and learning about the theories will only go so far as it’s the practical application of the theories that can really create a permanent and meaningful shift from within.

For 8 top tips for mindful living written by Valerie Delffori, go to Valerie has created several ebooks and courses on mindfulness and meditation and currently offers one to one mindfulness sessions and mindfulness in the workplace courses via her website

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If you’re looking for the focus and insight of a


The emotional peace and freedom of experiencing TRANSFORM HEALING

then contact Valerie Delffori on 07739 581486

Email: www.transformhealing/

Mindfulness for inner peace and health

Courses at the Bagnall Centre in Chesham e-mail: telephone: 07947 467970


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