Mindfulness is a form of meditation taught and applied by a mental health professional skilled in the art, either a psychologist or psychiatrist, in order to feel secure with himself.
The Mindfulness technique is used in psychotherapy to make the person feel safe and in balance with itself. It is a tool that helps not to become obsessed with a thought, in order to let flow the mind.
It can be applied to any problem, either infertility, anxiety, stress, fears, insecurities, feeding problems, low self-esteem, feeling not control life and not be happy, among others.
The process of meditation in Mindfulness is based on the purpose of the patient. Through this will, it should direct attention to feelings, with particular emphasis on the experience that is living in the present moment. Thus a space of freedom where calm, security and balance are growing is created.
It is not prosecuting or criticize if experience is feeling or thinking is good or bad. In this sense, the patient should not get angry with himself for the fact you do not want to experience something, but must be accepted as it arises.
Mindfulness advantages to other techniques
The advantages of the technique over other techniques Mindfulness are many:
- Lowers blood pressure
- Lowers cholesterol
- Lowers blood sugar
- Go up the effectiveness of the immune system
- Makes the heart go at a pace
Ideally combine with deep relaxation Mindfulness and clinical hypnosis to achieve an effective and complete interior work in less time. On the other hand, it is the patient techniques that are taught in consultation, so you can then apply without the psychologist.