IN an age where multitasking is the ‘in-thing’ (though it is shown to be not working*) and we strive head-over-heels to fit into the social image of productivity and progress—self-alienation, beaten-down self-esteem, stress, depression, insomnia, growing meaninglessness in life, fractured relationships, declining physical, mental and emotional health are the natural consequences.
Owing to the lightning speed of our current life, we unwittingly fall into ‘mindlessness’, a sort of premature cognitive commitment where we live on ‘auto-pilot’ and accept our personal image, thoughts, attitudes, emotions, perceptions and even our state of health & well-being as an unalterable reality dictated by genes or circumstances.
The personal cost of such approach to life, as we know from emerging research evidence and personal experiences, is mind-boggling. In consequence, we spoil our health, lose sleep, get stressed & depressed, learn negative behavior, adopt self-critical attitude, and above all lose the ‘meaning’ in life despite all the richness.
Our programs are designed to hand back you the control of your health, wellness and life. Using scientifically proven techniques of mindfulness and self-awareness, we help you to tap into the natural capacity of your own mind and body to self-heal, self-restore, and self-regenerate over a period of time.
Proper learning and consistent practice of the techniques taught in our programs will likely result in:
- Improved health and well-being
- Increased self-awareness
- Decreased reactivity to stresses and distressing emotional cues
- Improved self-esteem/self-image
- Better emotional control and expression
- Take home relaxation and stress relief skills
- Clarity in thinking and decision making
- Enhanced joy and happiness in life
- Better-quality relationships
- Enhanced quality of sleep
- Improved communication skills
- Integration of Body, Mind, Spirit
- Toned up immune system
- Efficient time management skills
- Healthy thought patterns
- Breaking die-hard habits
- Managing stress and feeling of depression
- Coping with chronic pain
- A generalized improved sense of well-being
*Manhart, K. (2005). The limits of multitasking. Scientific American Mind, 14 , 62-65.