Living in today’s world can be full of many challenges. We feel physically and mentally exhausted many times, which can even lead to burnout. Others feel unmotivated, see little purpose in life or feel they’re not living their highest potential. But, we all have the power to achieve more in our career, manage our stress better and approach life’s difficulties and setbacks with more flexibility. Sometimes we just have to give ourselves space to accept life the way it is. We continually under-estimate ourselves and create false stories, but within each one of us we have the power to perceive the world differently.
“The Path of the Resilient Mind” is a system of teaching and learning mindfulness, more simply referred to as “The Path”. The Path is a road we can follow to start stressing less and to live at your highest potential. The philosophy of The Path of Mindfulness was built upon many years of experience, program and course design and teaching organizations and individuals; including military, police, first responders, athletes, hospital staff, surgeons, doctors and nurses as well as behavioral health staff. The skills provided have proven results in multiple environments and are designed to teach others how to achieve similar results. The Path combine the most beneficial personal growth techniques that scientifically leads to lower stress and anxiety, mind/body health, better communication and higher productivity.
As you continue your journey, you will become more self aware and learn profound mindfulness techniques that will change your life. Not only that, it provides a space where individuals, groups, teams and communities have the ability to help and support each other through many different resources. People are healthier and more connected when they find communities with like-minded people and seek new paths to grow in positive ways. As people begin their mindfulness journey they report a subtle shift that occurs as they progress in their practice. They start to view life through a colorful lens of joy, compassion and love for themselves and others around them. When the lens starts to become more clear overall happiness increases for no real reason other than going down The Path of Mindfulness.