Being aware that your mind plays a fundamental role in controlling your entire body, physically and emotionally, is not easy. Without going any further and doing a simple exercise as an example; What if you focus your attention on the tip of your nose? Suddenly, your mind becomes aware of a specific part of your body. All your attention is focused on a certain point, allowing us to feel it in a much more intense way, right? Before you didn’t feel it at all, and now, suddenly you can’t stop feeling the tip of your nose. What happened? We are completely disconnected from our body, and our brain loves to distract itself with the slightest distraction.
We are victims of encouragement. At the end of the day that keeps us alive, since thanks to this we have been able to adapt, survive and modify our environment to have a more comfortable, stable and safe life. Our thing is no longer to survive, the human being goes much further, thanks to the power of the mind. The limits are set by your imagination.
Surely you have already stopped feeling your nose again by distracting your attention to think about life and its exciting stimuli. This is a simple example of mindfulness. It is simply about directing or focusing your attention, and intensifying reality. Your mind perceives reality and your body interprets it, as a result feelings are generated.
The techniques offered throughout the course are aimed at training your brain’s concentration and attention. To understand ourselves better, to savor life better, to make it less painful. So that in the end, a smile accompanies us more often ……
Without any type of training, today you have realized how our attention defines the fact of feeling or not feeling at all a part of our body. Literally, our mind, our attention, is responsible for defining reality. Based on this interpretation, our feelings (physical and emotional) are generated. The human mind is the most complex organ in the known universe.
Imagine if instead of just the tip of your nose, you could focus your attention in a much more complete, more rewarding way.
Broadly speaking, our mission when breathing is none other than to extract oxygen from the air and use it as combustion to obtain energy. The process is simple, we breathe in the air that reaches the lungs, from where the oxygen passes into the blood and thanks to the incessant pumping of your heart, it will be distributed throughout the entire body to nourish each small cell and generate energy. performing the vital functions necessary for life.
Well, ……. how many times a day are we aware of this whole process while we breathe? If you take a couple of deep breaths, you will start to feel the air coming through your nose very slowly. Slowly entering your head, work your way behind your mouth and down your throat until you reach your chest. Feel your lungs and belly swell and gently expel the air, contract your belly gently to accompany it, hold the vacuum for a second, enjoy it and breathe again. Very slowly, feel how the air flows slowly throughout your entire body. Feel how your chest swells, your belly, immerse yourself inside you, accompany the air gently with your belly. Take a deep breath, breathe in, and gently feel the air rush into your being. Exhale again, every inch of your skin, lungs, your arteries, feel them, feel how the air travels through your entire body ……… feel the tireless source of energy that connects your whole being in a permanent, without any rest, giving you life. You cannot prevent it, it dominates you, your heart beats again and again for you, filling you with energy.
Focus on each heartbeat, uncontrollable, tireless, staying alive from the beginning to the end of your days. Wondering, who controls it? What is the origin of that energy?
It is not easy but … imagine if you decided to train your brain’s attention span day by day, so that instead of using it to feel or not feel your nose, …… you could use it to have a fuller life , easier, simpler, more joyful and with less pain. Imagine.
The objective of this course is to train the mind at will to achieve a greater connection with ourselves and the environment that surrounds us.
Better understand our feelings, emotions and be more aware of how many times a day you are being distracted, of what really matters; what really makes us happy, what we really want and what we don’t, who we really are and who we can become.… ……….. in this way, it will be much easier for us , deal with stress, face a difficult situation, an illness, relax, increase our concentration, have more control over yourself, over your environment, know yourself better, be more honest, live fully, without fear and with less pain.
What it takes to follow the course?
Will, time and energy.
The program is partly practical and theoretical. Take all the time you need. There is no hurry, no temporal structure. Just read all the sections carefully and put the teachings into practice when you feel ready.
The clearer your goals are, the greater the chance of success. For this reason, we recommend carrying out a small diary (Paper and ink). Handwriting has something special, don’t you think?
We suggest that before starting write some lines about how you feel and what situation you are in, …. followed by what you want to achieve and how you would like to feel.
The Daily Practice
Your compromise is the fundamental piece for it to work. Habit makes the monk… and without practice, there is no benefit.
Ready to started?
We suggest that before you start write some lines about how you feel and what situation you are in,… .followed by what you want to achieve and how you would like to feel.
Your commitment is the cornerstone to make it work. The habit makes the monk … and without practice, there is no benefit.
Ready to start?
Many people come to the course with some physical limitations, do not worry, you can always adapt them to your liking so that it works best for you. Knowing your own limits, the most important thing is not physical exercise itself, but mindfulness in action.
It is also possible that difficult feelings or unpleasant memories will arise throughout the program.
If you find that things are too difficult to handle, you should temporarily stop the course