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The brain changes in positive ways with Mindful Meditation.

Parts of brain related to attention, sensory processing, emotion and stress regulation, as well as empathy/compassion, are strengthened.


Mindful Meditation Model


My mindfulness programmes are simple and easy to integrate into daily life, no matter how busy you are; they have, though, a sound & robust scientific base as taught in Timeless Impact Academy

I work with the IAA Model (*) i.e. using mindful meditation as a tool to achieve

growth, empowerment, compassion & positive change, through establishing & enriching:

  • Intention: one’s personal vision for growth & change via mindful meditation.

  • Attention: one’s ability, via mindful meditation, to observe moment-to-moment, internal and external experience and thus avoid the interpretation of experience. A “return to things themselves” (Husserl).

  • Attitude: the qualities one attaches to attention; heart & mind; “an affectionate, compassionate quality . . . a sense of openhearted, friendly presence and interest” Kabat-Zinn, 2003, p. 145 (**).  


* Mechanisms of mindfulness

Shauna L. Shapiro  Linda E. Carlson  John A. Astin  Benedict Freedman

First published: Journal of Clinical Psychology - 29 December 2005

** Kabat-Zinn, J. (2003). Mindfulness-based interventions in context: Past, present, and future. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 10, 144–156

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