Happiness requires no planning. It is available here and now.
We are constantly looking for the next thing for the ultimate satisfaction, but never contented with the now. The truth is, lasting contentment – what is considered happiness and wellbeing in mindfulness, can only be found in the present moment.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is having an unbiased awareness of the present moment which includes thoughts, feelings and actions of ourselves and that of others. Having this knowledge allows us to think when we want to, understand our feelings and act wisely as opposed to reacting with our habitual patterns and blaming outer circumstances instead of taking responsibility for our own experiences.
Is Mindfulness training for you?
Despite the general belief that we make rational decisions, research have shown that our choices are mostly driven by our emotions. For those who feel as if they are living in this repeated cycle of thoughts and emotions and wonder if there is a way out of this cycle, mindfulness training is very helpful.
What is Mindfulness-Based Strategic Awareness?
We offer Mindfulness-Based Strategic Awareness Training (MBSAT) which was developed with non-clinical population in mind while Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) was founded in helping clinical population with the management of chronic pain and depression.
MBSAT is a secular, non-clinical, next-generation training method to enhance resources and skillful decision-making at work and in private life. Grounded in Asian mindfulness techniques and adjusted to the challenges of today, the program draws from several disciplines, such as secular mindfulness practices, positive psychology, neuroscience, behavioral finance, behavioral strategy, and system dynamics. MBSAT is recognised by the Switzerland Mindfulness Association.
What you will learn in MBSAT
MBSAT is an 8-week program catered for both individuals and groups. What you will learn in MBSAT:
- Meditation techniques to calm and slow down your thoughts so you can see the workings of your mind.
- What is a habitual mind?
- Learning to notice the experience of negative mind states and how it affects you and others.
- Changing unhelpful mind states and learning to be reflective and responsive as opposed to reacting and stuck in a habitual thought pattern.