If your new to meditation you might be a little skeptical about all these supposed benefits for your mind, your thinking, energy levels, relieving stress, the list goes on, and on. But is it as beneficial for you as the seasoned meditators claim?
Ask the average person about life coaching and watch as their face goes instantly blank and their sentences are filled with umms and ahhs. In fact, life coaching is something that you probably don’t even realise you need.
Coaches help their clients explore and come up with the best choices for them based on where they are and the client's vision for their future. Coaches are experts at the process of changing behaviour, which is much more valuable than giving instructions.
Most people have doubted their happiness at one time or another; whether misaligned decisions throw us off or there is just that niggling feeling that something that’s not sitting right in our internal compass.
One of the core principles of mindfulness is the concept of being in the moment, of being present. This is by no means a new concept, and anyone interested in personal growth since the 60’s would have heard the mantra of being in the moment over and over again.