A mind that knows peace and acceptance, is indeed, a mind for life.

I believe, wholeheartedly, that the body will only achieve what the mind will allow. Developing a strong mind can often feel hugely challenging.

Often, showing someone how they can feel once they have introduced positive new habits into their lives, like exercise or ‘me-time’ and mindfulness, is all it takes for them to change direction and move forward. For some, it’s more complex than that. But it IS possible for everyone.

We first have to uncover where the blocks are before we can move forward. A healthy mind is not about being happy all the time – we are human, that’s an unrealistic goal – it’s about finding balance and contentment. It’s about understanding ourselves and the things that are in our control to change and accepting those which we can’t.

If you would like support to achieve abody4life and amind4life, then start now by talking to me about what it is you’d like to achieve for your mind and body.

There are so many wonderful tools and resources available to us now to support on us on our journey, from mindfulness and meditation practice, to journaling and Stretchologie. I’m happy to just have an informal chat that might possibly steer you in the right direction and give you a clearer perspective on things.

Do you suffer with a busy mind or anxiety?

Observing, understanding and accepting the way our minds work is key, but of course, it’s not always easy. Do you need help with finding a quieter mind?