This is a practice, which the Buddhists call vipassanna or insight meditation. Mindfulness meditation is about focusing on what is happening around you and being aware of your thoughts and feelings during the process of meditating. Your mind should be open to your true feelings – there should be no judging of your thoughts. This is a common practice that Buddhist monks use as a way of self-awakening. One can start by watching your breath, then move your attention to the thoughts in your mind and even the sounds and sights surrounding you. The key thing is not to analyse or judge anything.
Notes: Please be sure to wear comfortable clothes for this session. We ask that our participants refrain from using heavy perfume, some of our guests may have chemical sensitivities and allergies.