how to mindfulnessUsing the tools on this site

This site is intended as a free resource to support your mindful recovery.

There are many pages introducing various practices and a Blog with extra articles giving further information.

However, learning mindfulness is something that really should be done under the instruction of an experienced teacher.

When Sagara works one-to one in his role with the NHS, he tailors the practice to the person he is engaging with. The practices include those listed on this site and slight variations. It’s largely an intuitive process.

If you are not clear how to proceed, get some advice. Feel free to drop us a line if you have any questions.

Everyone is different

The thing is everyone is different. And everyone’s Recovery is different. What is appropriate for you, may not be appropriate for someone else….

To start, you just need to find a ‘way-in’.

So it may involve knitting. Or making bead bracelets. It could be some mindful movement in the garden for a couple of minutes a day. It could be meditation. It could be a whole host of things.

What is essential is an understanding of what mindfulness practice is. How this can be used in any situation. And what practice is the right practice for YOU to start with.

Navigating the site

The site is designed so you can work your way through – a bit like a book – by simply pressing the link at the bottom of each page.

You can also use the Menu Bar at the top to access individual pages or sections of the site.

Most of the information can be found under the ‘Mindful Recovery’ tab.

Your responsibility

Hopefully this website will help you understand a little bit more about what mindful recovery is. And how certain practices can help you in this.

You have the ability within you for your change. Mindfulness Practice can be the key to access this ability. You can take responsibility for your own recovery. Change is possible. You just need to take the first step.

Mindfulness practice changes lives. This website is a resource for all those looking to move from being tormented, to being at peace.

We hope you find this website useful and wish you well on your journey.

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